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Monotheistic Religions

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Elizabeth Pagliazzo

on 13 July 2014

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Transcript of Monotheistic Religions


What is the holy book of your faith? and how does it compare to others?
Why is the holy land an important site for your faith?
What types of internal differences and divisions exist within your faith?
What's your perspective or feelings about the other monotheistic paths?
Monotheistic Religions

Moses: The holy book of Judaism is the Jewish Bible Canon (Tanakh and Torah). Judaism compares to others because they believe in a God. Also they serve for their God.
Moses's Answer:
Jesus's Answer
Jesus: The holy book for Christianity is the Old Testament (the jewish Bible Canon) and the New Testament. Christianity compares to others because we believe in a God. Also we three all revere Abraham.
Muhammad's Answer
Muhamaad: My religions holy book of faith is the Qur'an. The Qur'an is our holy book of faith, however us Muslims believe in all other God holy books like Pslams, Toran, and the bible. We compare to others because we defend our Freedom of Thought.
Moses's Answer
Moses: The holy land is important to us because it was land promised and given to us by God. God gave this land to his chosen ones. The importance of Jerusalem as the Holy Land for judaism extends back to 10th century B.C.E.
Jesus's Answer
Jesus: The Holy Land is important to me because it's where I performed my miracles. Also its on the land that I gave my famous sermons. That's why its important to me
Muhaamad's Answer
Muhamaad: The Holy Land is important to me because it's where I began my ascent to heaven from the dome of the rock.
Moses's Answer
Moses: In judaism there are the Karaites, the Samaritans, the Hasidim, Natueri, Karta and many other groups. Some divisions are modern movements which include Reform Conservative, Modern Orthodox and Reconstructionist. Also another difference is our day of worship is Saturday.
Jesus's Answer
Jesus: Some differences are we worship on Sunday, and we worship in a church. We also don't forbid statutes. Some divisions are the nature of Jesus, the authority of apostolic succession, eschatology, and papal primacy.
Muhammad's Answer
Muhammad: Some differences are our holy city is in Mecca, we worship in a mosque and we worship on Friday. Another difference is our charity is Zakat: 2.5 percent of total wealth each year. Some divisions are Sunni-Shiite schism based on disagreement over my successors; broad debate over Islam's role in modern society; little theological debate.
Moses's Answer
Moses: Us islamism's have nothing bad against other religions. Except we just believe that our religion is the true religion. We have nothing bad against any races. we invite everyone and anyone to become apart of our religion.
Jesus's Answer
Jesus: I hold nothing bad against non-believers. But my followers and I believe that being a christian is the only way to be accepted into the gates of heaven. But I always accept new followers.
Muhaamad's answer
Muhaamad: Many believe that we dont tolerate with beliefs of other religions. But theres a verse in the Qu'ran that says "To you be your religion, to me be mine". We dont pick and choose who's allowed to believe what. If you want to change over to another religion, than do so.
Elizabeth Pagliazzo
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