World Religion

World Religion - style and the word choice of the text is significant God’s followers in each version differ but have similar points that they

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Ayana Wiggins March 2, 2010 Intro to World Religion Ms. Temoney The Garden of Eden: Bible VS. Quran Religion is defined as a set of beliefs concerning the cause, nature, and purpose  of the universe, especially when considered as the creation of a superhuman agency or  agencies, usually involving devotional and ritual observances, and often containing a  moral code governing the conduct of human affairs. Both Muslims and Christian’s  believe God created earth and the humankind, although many other aspects and beliefs  of their religions differ. This is clearly shown in the story of the Garden of Eden which is  told in the Bible as well as in the Quran. The differences and similarities in the writing 
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Unformatted text preview: style and the word choice of the text is significant. God’s followers in each version differ but have similar points that they try to get across. The moral of the Garden of Eden is to make sure that God’s followers obey him and if they do not do so repercussions will occur. Quran more straight to the point written in second and third person more commanding more personal The major figures in the bible were God, Adam, and Eve. The major figures in the Quran were God, Moses and Aaron....
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