Step 7 Islam and the Other Main Religions

Step 7 Islam and the Other Main Religions - of Christ on...

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Islam Christianity Judaism Followers Called Muslims Christians Jews Sacred Text Qur’an Bible Bible Clergy Imams, muezzins Priests, ministers, pastors, bishops rabbis House of Worship Mosque Church, chapel, cathedral Synagogue Main Day of Worship Friday Sunday Saturday When Founded 622 AD 33 AD 1300 BC Founder Muhammad Jesus Abraham Monotheism or Polytheistic? Strict Monotheism Monotheism Trinitarian Monotheism Names of God Allah Yahweh, Holy Trinity Yahweh, Elohim Identity of Jesus of Nazareth True prophet of God, whose message has been corrupted Son of God, Savior of the world False prophet Human Nature Created good, every person has a choice of doing good or evil Created good, but now born sinful, “original sin” inherited from Adam Obey the law and make up for any sin in your life Means of Salvation Correct belief, good deeds, Five Pillars Faith in God, the work
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Unformatted text preview: of Christ on the cross, and his resurrection, good works involved? Belief in God, good deeds Gods Role in Salvation Predestination? Allah chooses who enters heaven or hell. Christs death on the cross made salvation possible (grace) and predestination Divine revelation and forgiveness View of Other Two Religions Jews and Christians respected as People of the Book, but they have wrong beliefs and only partial revelation Judaism is a true religion but with incomplete revelation. Islam is a false religion Islam and Christianity are false enterpretations and extensions of Judaism Afterlife Eternal paradise (good) or eternal hell (bad) Eternal heaven (good) or eternal hell (bad) Views vary but most say no afterlife at all Symbol...
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This note was uploaded on 04/03/2012 for the course HISTORY 21635 taught by Professor Johnhass during the Spring '11 term at Cerritos College.

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