Similarities between Islam and Christianity.
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Which may attribute to these top dogs success.
Now on a large scale; for example founders, location and languages these religions are very different.
Different on a large scale
founded: C.30 Ad
place founded: palestine
early leaders: Jesus, Peter, Paul
original languages: Aramaic, Greek
founded: 622 CE
place founded: Arabian Peninsula
early leaders: Muhammed
original languages: Arabic
world ranks of the top dogs in western religion
when you see 2 billion and 1.3 billion adherents for the top 2 religions you may think that's not that much for the top 2 religions this scale breaks it down further to show you that these religions are huge.
major location today: Europe north and south America
major location today: Middle east, southeast Asia
adherent in USA: 159 million, in Canada: 21 million, in United Kingdom: 51 million
adherents in USA: 1.1 million, in Canada: 500,000 , in United Kingdom: 1.6 million
Similar in the little things
Now, Christianity and Islamic may not be similar in their basic make up, buts its the little things that make up an organization, and these two successful organizations have very similar details.
Both religions have a sacred text, the bible for the Christians and the Qur'an for the Muslims.
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One of the common beliefs in the three religions is the belief in one God. Christians, Jews and Muslims believe that there is only divine God. They also believe that God is the creator of the universe. The three religions follow the instructions of their respective Holy books. For the Christians, they get instructions from the Bible. The Jews follow the teachings and instructions of the Tanakh, while the Muslims follow the Quran. All the religions have divisions within them. There are many divisions within Christianity. The Islam is mostly divided into the Sunni and the Shiite although there are other smaller divisions. Some of the groups within Judaism include the Hasidic and the conservative Jews. The three religions believe in the existence of other supreme beings. They all believe that angels and demons exist. In all cases, the angels represent good tidings, while the demons are messengers or representatives of evil. All the religions believe in the instructions of prophets. They all agree that the prophets are messengers of God, and that God uses them to reveal His will to humanity. All the religions believe that God gave Moses the law. The three religions believe in life after death, where people will be punished or rewarded according to their life on earth. They believe that there is heaven, where doers of good deeds and followers of religion will spend eternity. They view hell as a place of eternal suffering and condemnation. The three religions believe that signs shall accompany the end times. They also believe that a trumpet will sound to announce judgment on humanity. They believe that the end times will not be peaceful since they will be accompanied with wars.