Monotheistic Religion Elements Matrix

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Monotheistic Religion Elements Matrix

| |Judaism |Christianity |Islam |
|Countries of origin |Sinai Desert |jerusalem/israel |Saudi Arabia |
|Historical figures and |Abraham, Jacob, Moses, David and Jesus.The ten |Noah, Moses, Jesus, DanielMinistry of Jesus.The great |Muhammad, Moses , Jesus, AbrahamMuhammad’s death.The |
|events |commandments.The betrayal and killing of Jesus.The |flood of Moses.Buddha, Prince Siddhartha GautamaThe |Koran | |
| |crossing of the Red sea. |birth of Jesus. | |
|Central beliefs |they believe in the Synagogue, the messiah or the |Christians worship god as part of the trinity father, | LIFE AFTER DEATH.ALLAH DAY OF JUDGMENT |
| |anointed one, they also believe that Israel is the |son, and holy spirit. | |
| |chosen people. |THE BIBLE OLD AND NEW TESTAMENT. | |
| | |PRAYER AS A PERSONAL RELATIONSHIP WITH GOD. | |
|NATURE OF GOD…...

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