hum_130_appendix_h[1] - Hannukkah is a Jewish festival...

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Axia College Material Appendix H Monotheistic Religion Elements Matrix Judaism Christianity Islam Countries of origin Palestine Rome Mecca Historical figures and events Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob, Jesus Jesus Muhammad Central beliefs One God, who created the Universe and continues to rule it Jesus is the son of God brought to us to teach the word of God There is one God, Allah. Nature of God God will send his Messiah to redeem the Jews and deliver them to the Promised Land. God’s love for humanity and forgiveness of human sin. Submit to the will of God HUM 130
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Texts Torah Bible QUR'AN Ritual and practice
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Unformatted text preview: Hannukkah is a Jewish festival celebrated to honor the jewish faith to God after years of being oppressed by the king if Syria and dictator of Palestine. Christmas is celebrated as the day Jesus was born The Five Pillars of Islam; belief in God and his Prophet, obligation of prayer, charity, pilgrimage, and fasting. Ethics and morality Goodness and obedience will be rewarded and sin will be punished. Jesus died on the cross so that all of humanity could live sin free. Required to make a pilgrimage to Mecca at least once in a life time. HUM 130...
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