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Running head: Week 7 Assignment: Analytical Essay1Analytical EssayCynthia WalkerChamberlain College of NursingRELI448N-Dr. BuckApril 2019Author NoteConclude by examining the current relationship between Judaism, Christianity, and Islam today.How has globalization influenced or affected the current relationship?
WEEK 7 ASSIGNMENT: ANALYTICAL ESSAY2Analytical EssayThe relationship between Judaism, Christianity, and Islam is that they can all be traced byto Abraham. The Abrahamic Religions were named after Abraham as he became the leader of many nations. Although Abrahamic Religions is being used less and less as different denominations are evolving and going into different directions and becoming nontraditional. Thethree major religions were all born in the Middle East and are entirely linked to one another. From Jewish tradition; Christianity was born, then Islam grew from Judaism and Christianity. “Judaism, Christianity, and Islam all unite primary descriptions of the early Israelite. The impression that history and human are held in a vast conflict between good and evil, or God and devil, which cannot be decided without force: a tragic final solution, such as the massacre of nations, the execution of man, or the death of God's son” (Ellens 2005).JudaismJudaism is the oldest surviving religion that comes from the eastern Mediterranean. Abraham is believed to be the first Jew and he made a covenant with God. The Roman Empire made the Jews leave after they rebelled against Roman law. In 1948, Jews came from everywhere to settle in the state of Israel, but it was no longer the same. Different groups had developed with differentiating histories, dialects, rituals, and dishes. Judaism is an Abrahamic conviction -- one of the faiths that identify Abraham as a Patriarch. Although Jews consist of only about 0.2% of the people and 2% of the U.S. residents, Jewish inspiration on the U.S. and the rest of the world has been massive -- far more than their