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  • 1. Major Religions of The Middle East Comparing Judaism, Christianity, and Islam
  • 2. Monotheism Mono-one•the belief that there is only one God
  • 3. Christianity
  • 4. How many Gods?Monotheistic One
  • 5. Believers• Believers of Christianity are called:Christians
  • 6. Founder/Leader•Leader of Christianity is:Jesus Christ
  • 7. Holy Book•The Holy Book of Christianity is called:Bible
  • 8. Place of Worship• The place of worship for Christianity is called:Church, chapel, or Cathedral
  • 9. Main Day of Worship•The Main Day of worship for Christianity is: Sunday
  • 10. View of Jesus Christ• Christianity’s view of Jesus Christ:Son of God, God incarnate, savior of the world
  • 11. Patriarch•Patriarch of regarded asThe person Judaism:being the father or Abrahamfounder of the humanrace
  • 12. Patriarch•Patriarch of Christianity: Abraham
  • 13. Holy Places• The Holy Places of Christianity are: Jerusalem Bethlehem Vatican City (catholic)
  • 14. Traditions•The Traditions of Christianity are:-Christmas-Easter
  • 15. Symbols•Symbols of Christianity: Cross
  • 16. Judaism
  • 17. How many Gods?Monotheistic One
  • 18. Believers•Believers of Judaism are called: Jews
  • 19. Founder/Leader•Leader of Judaism is: Abraham
  • 20. Holy Book•The Holy Book of Judaism is called: Torah consists of the first five books of the Old Testament
  • 21. Place of Worship•The place of worship for Judaism is called: a Synagogue
  • 22. Main Day of Worship•The Main Day of worship for Judaism is: Saturday
  • 23. View of Jesus Christ•Judaisms view of Jesus Christ:An ordinary Jew, not the Messiah or a divine person.
  • 24. Messiah•One who is anticipated as, regarded as, or professes to be a savior or liberator.
  • 25. Patriarch•Patriarch of regarded asThe person Judaism:being the father or Abrahamfounder of the humanrace
  • 26. Holy Places• The Holy Places of Judaism are: Jerusalem
  • 27. Traditions•The Traditions of Judaism are:• Bar/Bat Mitzvah• Hanukah
  • 28. Symbols•Symbols of Judaism: Star of David Menorah
  • 29. Islam
  • 30. How many Gods?Monotheistic One
  • 31. Believers•Believers of Islam are called: Muslims
  • 32. Leader/Founder•Leader/founder of Islam:Muhammad
  • 33. Holy Book• The Holy Book of Islam is called: Quran or Koran
  • 34. Place of Worship•The place of worship for Islam is called:a Mosque
  • 35. Main Day of Worship•The Main Day of worship for Islam is: Friday
  • 36. View of Jesus Christ•Islamic view of Jesus Christ:A prophet, sent by Allah andborn of the Virgin Mary, but notdivine
  • 37. Patriarch•Patriarch of Islam: Abraham
  • 38. Holy Places• The Holy Places of Islam are: Jerusalem Mecca
  • 39. Traditions•The Traditions of Islam are:•Fasting during Ramadan•Pilgrimage to Mecca
  • 40. Symbols•Symbols of Islam: Star and Crescent