How do Islam compare to Hebrew Greeks and Romans?
In old times before Christianity, the Greeks and Romans followed the Pagan pantheon of Gods which included all of the Gods mentioned in Greek and Roman mythology.
The Jewish people,decendants of the Isrealites follow יהוה (YHWH) (God) and follow the old testament. They believe that Jesus Christ is a prophet of God and not the Son of God.
Christians follow God and the teachings of Jesus Christ and the old and new testament and believe that Jesus was the son of God and was resurrected after his death on the cross.
Islam follows the teachings of Mohammad and revere Allah (God), "Supreme and Eternal, Infinite and Mighty, Merciful and Compassionate, Creator and Provider". They also believe in the prophets of the old Testament. Muslims do not believe that Jesus Christ was the son of God, but they do consider him a prophet.
It is worth noting that there are roughly 4,200 religions in the world and that there are many cross-overs and similarities.
Jews, Christians and Moslems (Islam) believe in one God - creator and master of all things. Greeks and Romans believed in a pantheon (many gods) - each god responsible for one (or a few) things.
compare and contrast the major beliefs of chrisanity and Islam
What was the forced dispersion of Jews from Islam by the Romans resulting in the spread of Jews and Judaism throughout the world?
You have your facts a little twisted. When the Romans existed, there was no Islam. The Romans forced the Jews from Israel (not Islam) in the year 70 and the result was the "Diaspora."
No. Hebrew is the original language spoken by Jews (it's still an active language). Islam is the religion followed by Muslims.
Hebrew is the language of Judaism.
The Hebrew religion developed into modern Judaism, Christianity, and Islam.
compare and contrast security on groups how dangerous is the nation of Islam?
It doesn't. You cannot compare the two because they are polar opposites
It's the same as in English: Islam, and it's spelled ××™×¡×œ×
Christianity (about 30 AD to 60 AD) Islam (about 600 AD) Modern Rabbinical Judaism developed from about 400 BC to 1000 AD in reaction to various occupations of the land of the Jews, the "closing" of the Hebrew Canon, the development of Christianity and Islam, the dispersion of the Jew following the destruction of the Temple in Jerusalem by the Romans, and the standardization of the Masoretic Text as the authoritative Hebrew and Aramaic text… Read More
The Hebrew civilization most directly contributed to the development of both Christianity and Islam. Abraham was a Hebrew and had two sons Ishmael and Jacob. Islam is from Ishmael's lineage and Christianity is from Jacob's lineage.
Yes, it does. Thanks to Islam we have the modern scientific knowledge that we do for it was Islam which kept the discoveries of the Greeks and Hindus safe until we were able to deal with them again.
The Hebrew or the Israelite Bible influenced the three religions of Christianity, Islam and Judaism. It can also be argued that it influenced the Baha'i faith.
Four religions have their foundations in the Hebrew Torah: Judaism Christianity Islam Baha'i Faith
Abraham (אברהם) is the patriarch of Judaism, Christianity, and Islam.
Well like Islam, its a abrahamic religion and shares the same principles as Christianity.
Judaism: Tanakh (Hebrew Bible) Christianity: Bible Islam: Holy Quran
In a way, they both believe in one god.
Islam did not exist in ancient Roman times. Islam arose a few centuries after the Romans.
1) Reading the Torah in the synagogue and studying it at other times. In those countries where there were zero Torah-scholars, Judaism died out. One example of that is the Kaifeng community. Link: The Torah 2) Keeping the laws and beliefs of the Torah. Those who didn't do this, such as the Hellenizers and Sadducees, went lost. Link: The Hellenizers 3) Maintaining vibrant Jewish communities, with communal prayer and study, mutual help, maintaining ties between… Read More
The Greeks didn't believe in god in ancient times because Moses came with the Torah (Jewish holy book) long after the Greeks had there mythological ideal with the Olympians and the Titans, but later on in history many Greeks did convert to many types of Christianity, Islam, and Judism.
Which early civilization most directly contributed to the development of both Christianity and Islam?
Hebrew what early civilization most directly contributed to the development of both Christianity and Islam?
This question tries to compare apples to oranges. Islam is a religion while the Bible is a religious book that corresponds to the religions of Judaism and Christianity.
Judaism and Christinity are alike and have some of the similarties...........but islam is a bit diffferent from both......... these three religions are together called as "Abrahamic religions"
They believe in one supreme god:)
They both originated from the ancient Hebrew religion along with modern Judaism.
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Yes Islam is the religion of truth, i cant convince you in three lines, but Islam praised the people who uses their brains to find their ways, you can find millions of books on religion, compare and read and you will find your way.
Islam also believe in one God and also forbids idol worship. Please see the Related Questions to see how Islam is similar to Judaism and how Islam is similar to Christianity.
It depends on if you are asking if they "have" myths or if they "had" myths. Also, you shouldn't really be talking about the Greek and Native American religions as "myths". In that situation, the Christians, Jewish, Islam, Hindu, Shinto, and every other religion in the world have myths. But mostly, the Celtic people had what you would consider "myths", as did the Nordic Vikings and the Romans.
Islam people are people who live in Iraq go to mosques and they also feast
See the link below for a chart comparing Islam, Christianity and Judaism.
There are 4: Judaism Christianity Islam The BahÃ¡'Ã Faith
There is no Hebrew word for holy war. Modern Hebrew uses the word Jihad (ג׳יהאד) for the specific Islamic context. You could describe that in Hebrew as מלחמת קודש נגד כופרים באיסלאם. (Holy war against the infidels in Islam) Judaism has no such concept of war being holy.
Both religions, Christianity and Islam, were orginated by God through God revelation of the Bible and Quran to respectively the prophets Jesus and Muhammad (peace be upon them).
The question does not really make sense since you are comparing a holy book (the Qur'an) to a religion (Sunni Islam). The Qur'an is the holy book for Sunni Islam and Sunni Islam is a reflection of the words of the Qur'an, but there is not a basis upon which to compare similarities.
Abraham is a Patriarch of Islam, Christianity and Judaism. A: First, Islam accepts the Hebrew legend that Abraham was the biological forefather of both Jews and Arabs. Second, Islam accepts that Abraham was a prophet of the God that Jews, Christians and Muslims worship.
The traditional Islamic greeting is "salaam alayikoum" in standard Arabic. It is usually translated into English as "peace be upon you." Salaam has the same root as the word Islam, and is similar in meaning and origin to the Hebrew "shalom."
According to Islam, Ibrahim was always a Muslim, so he never had to "find Islam". According to Judaism and Christianity, Abraham was never a Muslim, but was a Hebrew who embraced the monotheism that would eventually become the Israelite faith. According to archaeology, there is no evidence that Abraham ever lived.
All Christian religions and Islam are both prominent examples of monotheism. Monotheism is the belief in only one god. The opposite to monotheism is polytheism, or the belief in many gods. Most pagan religions (such as the Greeks, Romans, Aztec/Maya/Inca etc, and some Australian Aborigines) were polytheistic. Shinto, Buddhist and several 'cult' religions (amongst others) are polytheistic today.
Only two major religion share the laws and stories in their entirety, and they are Judaism and Christianity. Islam has many of the same laws and stories, but not all of them.
In Islam, Jesus is considered to be a prophet, Mohammed being his immediate successor.
Judaism Islam and Christianity started off as the same religion then the Romans changed Christianity actually the early Christianity couldn't eat pork so couldn't Judaism and Islam
Judaism = Hebrew. Christianity = Aramaic (the language Jesus spoke), although Hebrew and Greek were also spoken by Apostles. Many rituals of the Catholic Church remain in Latin. Islam = Arabic.
In my opinion I think everybody should actually just believe in there religion and not compare because I'm a hundred percent sure that Islam is the only path you can go to paradise.
The Muslims regard the Prophets as real, but they believe that the Jews have misunderstood the words of the Hebrew Bible. Some even believe the words of the Hebrew Bible were written down incorrectly. One of the key differences between the Muslim view of the Hebrew prophets and the Jewish and Christian view of these people is that the prophets in Islam are sinless people who never erred in judgment. The Jews and Christians have… Read More
An important ancient Hebrew invention was their bible, which became the basis for three world religions: Judaism, Christianity, and Islam.
Christianity- The bible Islam- The Koran Judaism- The Hebrew bible (first testament of the christian bible)
they were called Romans Answer: They were called infidel. In fact, it was Christianity that came up with that term; not Islam.
Egypt was first colonized by the Greeks (another pagan group), and then the Romans (also Pagan). Emperor Constantine of Rome made Christianity the national religion, and so forced it on all of Romes territories (including Egypt). Once Rome fell, the correlations between Christianity and Islam made it rather easy to convert en mass and Egypt has remained Islamic to this day.