How is the nature of God in Judaism different from God in Christianity?


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2014-10-03 16:52:18
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How is the nature of God in Judaism different from God in Christianity

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There is only One God in Christianity, Judaism and Islam.

Ostensibly, Judaism, Christianity, and Islam worship the same God. However, each ascribes slightly different attributes to His nature.

God is biggest, so Christianity. Judaism and Christianity are from God and Judaism was the laying of the path for Christianity. Recieving of the Messiah- Christianity.

Judaism is different from Islam and Christianity in many ways. Firstly, the Jewish conception of God is of a singular unity whose name is not used. Christianity believes in a God composed of a Trinity and Islam believes in a God who is addressed by the title "God" (Allah in Arabic) but no specific name. Judaism holds no formal view of Jesus Christ because he is irrelevant in Judaism whereas he is important in both Christianity and Islam, even though both hold two very different views of who he is and what his message was.

Judaism, Islam, and Christianity all believe in the same God, who created the universe, though each religion has a different understanding of God and what God wants from us.

The god of Abraham is the god of Judaism, Christianity and Islam. They all worship the same god, but the prophets are different.

Difference between the concept of God in Judaism Christianity and Islam is as stated. Islam ; One God (Allah in Arabic) Christianity ; One God who is a Trinity of Father, Son, and Holy Spirit Judaism ; One God, Yahweh.

Islam and Christianity both have someone other than God or Allah to look up to (like Jesus or Muhammad PBUH). Judaism just has God.Islam and Christianity both recognize Jesus (in different ways).

God is everywhere; so is present in nature.

God created Judaism, Messianic Judaism, and Christianity. People invented some religions and some religions seem to be from the devil.

Answer from Islamic perspective:The three religions; Judaism, Christianity, and Islam; are Abrahamic religions that calling to worship one and only one God.However,Some Christians consider Jesus God or son God in contrast to Judaism and Islam.In Christianity, eating pork is allowed in contrast to Judaism and IslamIn Christianity, drinking alcohol is allowed in contrast to Judaism and Islam

He is Jewish, but he is said to be the savior (the son of god) of Christianity.

God founded faith in Judaism and Christianity, with Judaism having the promises and Christianity having the fulfillment of the promises.

The basis of Judaism, Christianity and Islam is the belief in the ONENESS of Almighty God (Allah - in Arabic).

Judaism and Christianity both believe in the same god. But Christianity believes Jesus is the Messiah predicted in the Old Testament, and Judaism thinks Jesus wasn't the Messiah.

God is Allah (same God in Christianity and Judaism although differently named in different languages).The holy book is Quran

Judaism, Islam, and Christianity are seen as the three major monotheistic religions in the world. This can be argued, though. Some people believe that Christianity believes in three gods that form one being. Others believe that Christianity has two gods, God and the Devil. Sometimes Islam and Judaism are not seen as perfectly monotheistic. Actually, a common misconception is that Hinduism is polytheistic. Hinduism believes in one almighty God that expresses himself in different ways. This can be compared to the Abrahamic religions, Islam, Judaism, and Christianity. God sometimes is called different names in these religions depending on what the Lord is doing. God the defender, God the powerful, God the great, God the merciful, God the creator. All of these are referring to God, but they specify what God is doing. In Hinduism God is everywhere and in everything. God is too mighty to be understood, so when God does different things, God is seen differently.In conclusion, Islam, Judaism, Hinduism, and Christianity can all be seen as monotheistic religions. If you do not understand any of what I said, simply stick to the Abrahamic religions and say Islam, Judaism, and Christianity.

Yes, to a limited degree, since Christianity borrowed heavily from Judaism. For example, Christianity accepts the Hebrew Bible.See also:http://judaism.answers.com/jewish-philosophy/why-judaism-doesnt-accept-jesus

Christianity acknowledges that Judaism began with Abraham as the first person after Noah to have a personal relationship with God.

The origins of Christianity were based on Judaism (Old Testament). They share the same Father God and creator.

'''God(s)''' Islam ; One God (Allah in Arabic), Christianity; One God who is a Trinity of Father, Son, and Holy Spirit Judaism ; One God, Yahweh. '''Afterlife''' Islam ; Paradise or Hell. Christianity ; Eternal heaven or hell (or temporary purgatory). Judaism ; Not historically emphasized. Beliefs vary from no afterlife to shadowy existence to the World to Come (similar to heaven).

Islam, Judaism, and Christianity share the same god. Buddhism originated from a land dominated by Hinduism. Hinduism is polytheistic, and the prophets of each religion were different.

Most Christians believe that Deity is Jesus while Jews don't. They believe that God is the Creator with no incarnation.

They all believe in one God, though interpretation of Christian view of God is very different from the other two.

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