Compare and Contrast Christianity and Islam

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Compare and Contrast Christianity and Islam In Wikipedia religion is defined“A religion is an organized collection of beliefs, cultural systems, and worldviews that relate humanity to an order of existence.” There are approximately more than four thousand religion in the world. Christianity and Islam are part of the major significant religion. Christianity was founded by Jesus Christ approximately 2,000 years ago; Christianity is one of the most influential religions in world history. Christianity developed out of Judaism in the first century C.E. Christianity is the life, teachings, miracles, death, and resurrection of Jesus Christ, and the followers "Christians." Without Jesus, there is no Christianity The Prophets of God spoke…show more content…
Muhammad descended from Ishmael. The fundamental practices of Islam is the five pillars. These practices include a ritual profession of faith, praying five times daily facing east, giving of alms (zakat), fasting, and performing the holy pilgrimage to Mecca. There are some similarities between Christianity and Islam. Christianity and Islam are both religion. Both religion are founded in the Middle East; and they are founded by Prophets of God. They have both impact the course of history. The Christians and Islam each believed that there is only one true God. There are lots of differences between Christianity and Islam. The followers and Worshippers of Christianity are called Christians. The followers and worshippers of Islam are called Muslims. Christians believes Jesus is the son of God, while Muslims believes that Jesus is not the son of God, that e is one of the prophets. In Christianity, Jesus is the head of the Church; while in Islam, Muhammad is the head of Islam. Christianity teaches about believing in Trinity, and peace. Islam teaches dying at war as the will of Allah. Christianity believes in doing the will of God and being “born again” to get into heaven. Islam believe in going to paradise. Christianity teaches that Isaac is the covenant child that God promised Abraham and Sarah, Islam teaches that Ishmael was the child of promise and so Muslims believe that God's covenant promises were meant for
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