Belief systems, or religions, are perhaps the strongest force in society. Beliefs are important to each religion because they are what make each religion individual and special. Each religion has its own beliefs and sacred texts, though most share some concepts. In the Middle East, the three great world religions ”Judaism, Christianity, and Islam ”all share some similarities and differences. Judaism heavily influences the doctrines Christianity and Islam. The Muslim and Christian religions share many concepts and beliefs, while at the same time they have major differences in some areas of faith.
Information was gathered from four sources to learn about and discuss this topic. Sources of information include the Bible, books titled "Abraham , and "World History , and an Internet Website from the Bharatvani Institute. Information gathered from the books, the Internet Website, the Bible, and personal knowledge about the subject will support the thesis. The Bible has many examples that relate to the Koran, the holy bible of Islam. The two books, "Abraham and "World History, feature comparisons of the two religions.
Judaism, a monotheistic religion, like Christianity and Is