Judaism and Islam perceive Jesus as just a prophet and dont allocate divinity

Judaism and islam perceive jesus as just a prophet

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the savior that permitted believers to enter paradise. Judaism and Islam perceive Jesus as just a prophet and don't allocate divinity to him. Muslims trust that Muhammad was the last and most prominent prophet, yet they don't think of him as divine. While Islam and Christianity believe in a day of judgment and salvation or damnation, Judaism does not. According to the PowerPoint in class, “God calls Abraham to leave, move “to a land that I will show you” – he does that”, but in Judaism and Islam he is not told to leave the land. Also according to the PowerPoint in class, “In Judaism Abraham is th0e First Jew, In Christianity Abraham is The First Model of Faith, and in Islam Abraham is the important submitter”. Judaism often recognizes Jesus as a good teacher, and perhaps even a prophet of God. Judaism does not believe that Jesus was the Messiah. Christianity teaches that Jesus was God in the flesh. Christianity teaches that God became a human being in the Person of Jesus Christ so He could lay down His life to pay the price for our sins. Judaism strongly denies that Jesus was God or that such a sacrifice was necessary.
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