very simple as well and does not include any sayings about Jesus Christ. Each of these religions has a main more specific prophet : Muhammad for Islam, Jesus for Christianity and Moses for Judaism. What's interesting is that they all shared a common ancestry.Moses and Muhammad are more commonto each other since they both started social and political changes in their followers. In contrast, Jesus did not really push for any social and political changes but instead influenced people by his teachings. One other important difference between Moses, Muhammad and Jesus Christ is that both Muhammad and Moses were prophets of monotheistic religions and never really portrayed themselves as a God or even the son of God unlike Jesus. 2. All people with strong religious sense worship in some way or form. It is a way for people to remain connected to god. Each religion has their own method of worshiping. Jewish people of Judaism worship in a synagogue whereas Christians of Christianity worship in Churches. Similarly Muslims from Islam worship in mosques. Jewish people stand against a wall while they are praying, Christians stand on their knees and muslims bow down and allow their forehead to touch the floor while sitting on their knees. They all even have different names for own God. So similarities within these religions include believing that God is in the skies above us. All places of worship are being pointed to the sky. All of the main prayers are lead by someone at religious centers such as an Imam in mosques. All three of these religions have their own holy book such as the torah for jewish, Bible for Christians and Quran or Koran for Muslims. All of these religions have their own teachings for their followers to have affection and love for any human being as well as maintaining peace. In reality, all religions don't have much differences because they all promote loving others and maintaining peace and harmony.
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