• The Holy Koran vs. the Holy Bible
    Thursday, November 11, 2010 Report: Koran vs. Bible In history, there have been many different religions. However, only a few select religions have survived and are still practiced today. This report will compare and contrast the two most popular religions’ holy books- the Koran and the Bible...
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  • Islam and Christianity
    are Roman Catholic, Eastern Orthodox, Anglican, Protestant, and others, and in Islam there is Shiite, Sunni, and Sufi. (Mystical tradition) I will now compare and contrast the beliefs of Christianity as well as Islam. In Christianity, most believe in the Trinity; three persons in Godhead...
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  • Compare and Contrast: Christianity and Islam
    society into a play ground for beasts. Works Cited Armstrong, Karen. A History of God. New York: Ballentine Books, 1993. Print. The holy Bible. Oxford: The University Press, 1885. Print. The Koran Interpreted: A Translation. Trans. A. J. Arberry. London: Touchstone, 1996. Print....
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  • Christian Mission to Muslims
    in another comparison. Both have holy books, the Christians have the Bible, and Muslims have the Koran. The Koran is believed to be perfect in it is writing, it is considered a perfect revelation from Allah. Is also believed that the Koran is a perfect replica from the one in heaven. Some Muslims...
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  • Compare Contrast Religion
    Comparisons and Contrasts between Christianity, Islam, and Judaism Between the religions of Christianity, Islam, and Judaism, there are many similarities and differences that are dealt within each of them. Throughout these religions, we can compare and contrast different aspects of each...
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  • Comparisons and Contrasts Between the Bible and the Koran
    Muslims. Afterwards, I compare the similarities as well as the differences in the Bible and the Koran, in relation to three chosen events that appear in both books. I then go on to give a synopsis in the conclusion of my work. Comparisons and Contrasts between the Bible and the Koran The...
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  • Ap World History Essay
    basics of Christianity include the founder, Jesus Christ. The god of the Christian faith is consisted of three; Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. The most sacred text for Christians is The Bible. Christianity beliefs include that you sin, and must redeem salvation through faith in Jesus. Bible study is...
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  • Islam and Christianity
    happened in the Christian faith, it was known as "Crusades", where missionaries would go out and spread the word of God. The intent was not to force conversion on anyone; this was forbidden by the Koran and the Bible. The object of jihad and the crusades was to gain political control over societies and...
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  • Truth About Islam
    ://www.bibleprobe.com/muhammad.htm[9/22/2011 4:04:02 PM] True History of Islam, Mohammed and the Koran Contrast these blunders in the Qur'an (Koran) showing this book is not inspired by God with this example of something really divinely inspired and accurate from the Jewish/Christian Bible...
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  • Sects, Cults and the Catholic Church in New Zealand
    my sect and the Catholic Church. I will investigate each religious expression, as well as compare and contrast them. Delving specifically into the Social Organisation, Religious Practice and Doctrine of each. As well as how the number of followers has changed in the past 20 years, and the possible...
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  • Bible Versus the Toran
    after the death of Moses (see 1 King 16:24). The Bible indicates that drunkenness is a sinful work of the flesh that will keep a person out of heaven (Galatians 5:21; 1 Corinthians 6:10). In contrast, the Koran teaches that drunkenness is all right, unless you are praying. Koran denies that Jesus...
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  • Religious Fundamentalism
    Compare and contrast Jewish, Christian and Islamic Fundamentalism. How far can each be understood as a reaction to liberal-capitalist modernity? Fundamentalism: The belief in old and traditional forms of religion, or the belief that what is written in a holy book, such as the Christian Bible, as...
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  • Comparative Analysis of Death Rituals
    living, but to ceremonies for the dead as well. This paper will compare and contrast the rituals practiced by my Italian-American family with the rituals practiced by those of Muslim beliefs. My family identifies strongly with its Italian roots and actively participates in the Roman-Catholic faith...
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  • Elements of Religious Traditions
     | Higher-Order Thinking: * Writer compares/contrasts/integrates theory/subject matter with work environment/experience * At an appropriate level, the writer analyzes and synthesizes theory/practice to develop new ideas and ways of conceptualizing and performing | Here it is difficult to...
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  • The Story of Joseph in the Bible and the Koran
    . Another contrast I noticed in both the texts is the way in which they’re written. The Hebrew bible seems more like a story, a narrative with a meaning at the end, or with little moral lessons on the way. The Koran focuses more on glorifying “God”. As we see at the beginning of the story of...
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  • The Beliefs About Eschatology in the Faiths of Christianity and Islam
    fighter named Yamani, an associate of the Dajjal called Sofyani, the announcement by Gabriel of Mahdi’s leadership, the defeat of Sofyani, and the demise of a untainted holy man called Muhamman bin Hassan. The disagreement of Islamic eschatological prophecies stand in severe contrast to the harmony...
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  • Bible vs. Karon
    that refer to the belief in trinity, crucifixion, and days of worship, salvation, the Holy Spirit and more things of that sort. Although this may sound very peculiar, it seems as though most of the similarities in both the Bible and the Koran help to construct the very differences in both. The...
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  • Religion
    Mosque Temple Temple Holy Book Tanakh (Torah) Talmud Bible Quran plus Sunna (sayings) Bhagavad Gita Tipitaka Seeks Converts? No Yes Yes No No Main Sects (worldwide est.) 8% Orthodox 34% Conservative 23% Reformed 35% Secular 52% Catholic 17% Protestant 19% Orthodox  2...
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  • Judaism
    -wide Rabbis (teachers) who interpret the religious texts, and principles, and comment scholarly on the way of keeping this covenant with God in the modern world (Scheindlin, 2000). The Holy Book for Judaism is the Torah, the Jewish Bible, which is a combination of parables that explain the history...
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  • The Koran to the Bible, Both in Terms of Its Ideas and in Terms of Its Literary Style.
    Muslims share somewhat of the same beliefs. First, I will compare the differences between Jehovah of the Bible, and Allah of the Koran. In the bible it clearly states that God loves everyone, even sinners. “Say to them, As I am alive, is the utterance of the Sovereign Lord Jehovah, I take delight...
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