Different Religions, Different Practices, And One Aim Of Righteousness

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Different Religions, Different Practices, and One Aim of Righteousness

For decades there have been many controversial arguments between the religions of Christianity and Islam. Many of the controversies have unfortunately resulted in hate crimes, discrimination and segregation. From the difference beliefs both religions practice to the languages they speak to one another, there has always been a conflict between both religions. What I question myself everyday about this controversy is: Why? Why all the violence towards one another when at the end of the day the main purpose of both religions is to aim for righteousness? There are many differences on how Christianity and Islam set each other apart but despite their differences they also share some common ground. Christians believe in the Trinity, which means that God has 3 forms: Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. With Christianity having about 2.4 billion adherents known as Christians, it is the world’s largest religion. Christians believe that Jesus is the Son of God, who is fully divine and human, is the savior of humanity whose coming as Christ or the Messiah was prophesied in the Old Testament. In the Christian Bible, the Old Testament is written about in the first section based primarily upon the Hebrew Bible. According to the Christian Bible, Jesus suffered before he died, was buried, and was then resurrected from the dead. Jesus resurrected in order to grant eternal life to those who believed in him for the
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