Surname 1 STUDENT’S NAME INSTRUCTOR’S NAME COURSE: DATE: ABRAHAMIC RELIGIONS Introduction Abrahamic religions trace their common origin to the tribal patriarch Abraham or a spiritual tradition identified with him. The major Abrahamic religions include; Judaism Christianity and Islam. They all have a common origin. Christians refer to Abraham as a father in faith practice sainthood and pietism Muslims identify with the Millat (faith of Abraham) which indicates that their practices are tied with that of Abraham’s traditions. Jewish traditions shows that they are Abraham’s descendants hence they follow his practice and ideals as the first of the three Biblical patriarchs Abraham Isaac and Jacob. History of the three religions after the death of their founders/prophets. Judaism dates back to the 7th C as a religion of the descendant of Jacob Abraham’sgrandson. It has a unitary view of God and a Masoretic Text as central holy book for almost all of Jesus Christ Sainthood-a state of being recognized as having exceptional degree of holiness to God Pietism-a Christian movement that involves individual holiness and consistent Christian life Pilgrimage-A long journey made in search of spiritual significance Easter-a celebration of Jesus Christ’s resurrection from the dead Pentecost-commemoration of the coming of the Holy Spirit on the disciples of Jesus Relic-Physical remains of the saint preserved for veneration Muslim glossary Ramadhan-9th month of fasting among the Muslims to remember the 1st revelation of Quran to Muhammad Mi’raj-an event that marks the night when Allah took Muhammad; a journey from Mecca to Jerusalem then heaven Sunnah-record of the teachings and sayings of prophet Muhammad Caliph-chief Muslim religious leader who succeeds prophet Muhammad Hadith-collection of books containing the sayings of prophet Muhammad Halal-something permitted by the Islamic law like food Fatwa-a decree handed down by Islamic religious leaders Haram-any act forbidden by Allah [...]
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