Three Great Monotheistic Religions

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Sometimes called “Abrahamic religions”, the three great monotheistic faiths Christianity, Islam, and Judaism have a few things in common. The history of all three religions can be traced to Abraham in the Hebrew Bible. As mentioned earlier, they are all monotheistic, meaning they believe in only one god. They have the Old Testament in common, in that they all believe in some of the same scriptures and each religion has its own holy book. There are also major differences between the three religions. Each religion has a different view on Jesus Christ. Jews believe that Jesus was a false prophet, Christians believe that he was the Son of God, and Muslims believe that he was a true prophet, however, not the Son of God. Jews and Muslims believe

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