Judaism, Christianity, and Islam Compared

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These parents practice the three monotheistic religions of the Middle East and speak about their differences to each other.

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  • Hi, I'm Joe's dad. We practice Judaism, what about you guys?
  • I am Adam's mother. We practice Islam.
  • I'm Isaac's mom. We practice Christianity.
  • My son goes to Hebrew school.
  • My family and I worship at the mosque.
  • We go to church on Sunday where we worship and listen to a pastor speak. What about you guys?
  • My family follows the teachings of the Quran. What about yours?
  • We follow the Hebrew Bible.
  • We follow the Holy Bible.
  • The Quran teaches that prayer is important and to believe in Allah.
  • These parents are on their way to their sons' basketball game. They start talking about their lifestyles and religions.
  • I follow the 10 Commandments too!
  • I follow the Ten Commandments from the Bible.
  • Here, the parents talk about where they go to worship for their religion.
  • We celebrate Ramadan where we fast for a month.
  • We celebrate Christmas and Easter.
  • We celebrate Hanukkah and Passover.
  • They arrive at the school for their game but continue to speak about their differences in their religions.
  • Our religious similarities and differences are interesting and make us unique.
  • We all have monotheistic religions!
  • The parents walk into the school and speak about what their religious books say.
  • The game starts but the parents continue talking about their religious holidays.
  • The game is over and the parents agree that their religious differences and similarities are interesting and leave the school.
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