Comparison Of The Three Abrahamic Religions

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As humans we have limitations in our endeavor and achievements. We can free ourselves from prejudices and blindness, but not to the whole of it. As Michael Morgan has said; our goal is to free ourselves from the distortion and corruptions of our finitude to become rational, active, and free. This is something like to become the whole, which sounds like the highest good, or divine. This is a challenge in life that we should not escape. Life could be better from the status quo, and the religious doctrines, systems, and practices could be reformed and the institutions could be renovated to serve human purposes.

Religions of the world and individual denominations or traditions within the religions teach very different beliefs about the existence of God, Gods, the Goddess, and Goddesses etc. They have different views on the nature of deity, humanity, and the universe. But almost all share one belief, which is that they alone have the fullness of truth, and that every other religion in the world is wrong. Even within a single religion, many denominations, traditions and faith groups teach mutually exclusive beliefs, including the belief that they
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Judaism originally was a tribal cult of a single fiercely unpleasant God. During the Roman occupation of Palestine, Christianity was founded by Paul of Tarsus; a less ruthless sect of Judaism and a less exclusive one. Later, in the 7th century, Muhammad and his followers brought back the uncompromising monotheism of the original Judaism and founded Islam with a book called Quran. They introduced a very powerful method of military conquest to spread Islam. It is to be noted that Christianity was spread by the sword as well by the Romans after the Emperor Constantine and then by the Crusaders, and later by the conquistador and other Europeans (that is, invaders, colonists) in the name of missionary accomplishment

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