Similarities Between Christianity And Judaism

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Christianity and Judaism are surprisingly similar. They are both Abrahamic religions because they trace their history to Abraham in the Hebrew Bible. They are both monotheistic, and believe in angels and demons. Although they are extremely similar, the differences are still significant enough to separate into two religions. Some notable differences are the days of worship, the languages it was written in, and the perspective of Jesus. But what lies in the middle are the places of worship - sharing some similarities yet having differences. Some similarities include the goal of the place of worship, and the direction of prayer. On the other hand, there are more differences than similarities. These include the trinity, the perspective on Jesus, the confessing of sins, rites and practices. We are going to explore the importance of the place of worship and how it is used in the day-to-day life of Christians and Jews.

One of the similarities mentioned above was the goal of the place of worship. With Christianity, the goal of the church is, “to love God and obey his commandments while creating a relationship with Jesus Christ and spreading the Gospel so that others may also be saved.” ( This means that Christianity’s goal are pure in heart and only want to spread God’s good word. With Judaism, their goal is, “to celebrate life and to fulfill the covenant with God, do good deeds, help repair the world, and to love God with all your heart.” ( The goal of
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