Bob and his religious tellings

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  • hi there. my name is Bob. Have you ever wondered the differences and similarities of the common religions in Europe?
  • no, not really.
  • well your about to find out!
  • the three main religions in Europe are Judaism, Islam, and Christianity.
  • hmmmm interesting!
  • a similarity with all three of the religions is they are all monotheistic believes. monotheistic means they only have one god.
  • one main difference between the three is Christians believe that Jesus is the son of god while Jews just simply don't and Muslims believe he is just a prophet.
  • Christianity's followers are Christians, Judaism's followers are Jews, and Islam's are Muslims.
  • there are a bunch of similarities between Christianity and Judaism. one is that they both believe in the same god.
  • two other similarities is they all believe in an afterlife. Also, they all have a holy book/scroll. The Jews have the Torah, the Christians have the Bible and Muslims have the Koran.
  • there are also differences between Christians and Jews. the most obvious one is that Jews believe Jesus was just a man while Christians believe that Jesus is the son of god.
  • Muslims believe that the Bible is just a holy document about the prophet, Jesus. Although, they do not believe it all.
  • another similarity is they have the same prophets in their holy word. they also both believe that there are angels, demons, and spirits. they both also believe that their religion is the true faith.
  • Another one is that Jews believe in reincarnation while Christians believe that you go to heaven or hell. also, Christians believe in the trinity while Jews believe in God, People, and Israel.
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