The Major Religions Of The World : Judaism, Islam And Christianity

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As Muhammad Ali said "Rivers, ponds, lakes, and streams- they all have different names but they all contain water. Just as religions do-they all contain truths." Muhammad Ali is a successful boxer loved by many people. Many people take his advice and find it useful.There are many different religions in the world with different histories, different messages and different impacts towards the world. The religions that are commonly known to man are Judaism, Islam and Christianity. Even though each religion is structured differently, each religion is focused on trying to follow the right path. The three major religions of the world: Judaism, Islam and Christianity have an extensive history and are all working on seeking the truth.
First we have the world 's third major religion which is Judaism. Judaism is at third place with an estimated population of about 0.7%. Even though Judaism doesn’t have a large population, in fact, Hinduism, Buddhism and other religions have a much larger population. It is still one of the most well known religions of the world "(Jewish population)". Conversion to Judaism is believed to be really hard. It is believed that Judaism is the oldest monotheistic religion, and the history of Judaism cannot be separated from the history of the Jewish people.It is believed that foundation lies in the original covenant made between Abraham and God, circa 1900 BCE, when Abraham was called to leave his home in Ur and travel to Canaan later known as
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