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Reflective writing assignment #2: the western traditions

In an essay of at least 600 words, address the following question: Using specific examples from the history, doctrines, and practices of Judaism, Christianity, and Islam, consider at least 3 ways in which these traditions are similar, and 3 ways in which they are different. You don’t have to compare all 3 traditions in each instance, but be sure to have addressed each tradition at least once.
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