HUM130Week7Checkpoint - There was only one God instead of...

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Axia College Material Appendix H Monotheistic Religion Elements Matrix Judaism Christianity Islam Countries of origin Judaism originated in the Middle East, close to where Christianity began. Christianity originated in Israel in 33 A.D. Islam originated in Saudi Arabia. Historical figures and events A no-named figure by the name of Abraham, he was promised by God that he would father many people. The son of God, Jesus, came to earth and died for all man’s sins. Prophet Muhammed was revesled and an angel from God was sent to him, afterwards he taught what God revealed through the angel. Central beliefs He was the first person that announced that there was only one God. They believe that God sent his son so that he would die for everyone’s sins. The belief that an angel was sent to deliver the messages of what was supposed to be taught. Nature of God
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Unformatted text preview: There was only one God instead of many other gods. That God is the creator of the heavens and earth. People need to make sacrifices in order to be forgiven and accepted by God. HUM 130 Texts Bible Bible Bible Ritual and practice They believe that God is the all mighty one and that there is no other God but him. The rituals are to pray and ask forgiveness for all the sins that a person has committed. They needed sacrifices for God to forgive them and to allow them to enter the gates of heaven upon their passing. Ethics and morality They believe that if they give everything to God that their lives will be better and they will enter the gates of Heaven. They have to believe that the son of God died for our sins and have faith. They believe that God sacrificed his only son for them and that there is only one God. HUM 130...
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