hum_130_appendix_h[1] - God is living, infinite, and truth....

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Axia College Material Appendix H Monotheistic Religion Elements Matrix Judaism Christianity Islam Countries of origin Israel and Palestine Egypt, Palestine, and Israel Saudi Arabia Historical figures and events King David, Fall of Jerusalem, and Abraham Crucifixion of Jesus, Birth of Jesus, and Jesus and the Apostles The crusades had fought with the Christians and Muhammad had received word from god when he was forty years of age. Central beliefs Jews believe in one god who is ruler and created the world we live in today Jews and God had created a covenant Christians believe in one god who is ruler and created the world we live in today Islam’s believe in one god who is ruler and created the world we live in today Nature of God God is living, infinite, and truth. He is omniscient. He is a creative being. God is living, infinite, and truth. He is omniscient. He is a creative being.
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Unformatted text preview: God is living, infinite, and truth. He is omniscient. No one comes before god. HUM 130 Texts The Hebrew Bible (Tanakh), Prayer Book, Haggad, Midrash, Kabbalah, Haggada, Talmud, and Mishna The Old Testament and The New Testament. Quran, Hadith, Sufi Texts, Islamic History and Cultures. Ritual and practice Jews have 613 commandments. They also have the Jewish Law. The Synagogue is their place of worship. Going to church on Sunday. Being baptized. Having communion. The Five Pillars of Islam are the main practices. Ethics and morality The father is the head of the family. The first Jewish ethic work was Pirkei Avot. The Jews follow all 613 commandments. Ethics are centered on grace, mercy and forgiveness. Morality refers to good and evil. Islams define a universal standard by which actions may be deemed moral or immoral. HUM 130...
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