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Inheriting Abraham: The Legacy of the Patriarch in Judaism, Christianity, and Islam
" In recent years, the idea of Abrahamie religion has taken root. Basically, it means that Judaism, Christianity and Islam owe their existence to Abraham who discovered God and acknowledge that the patriarch Abraham is the central figure of their religion."
The Moral Ties within the Family of Abraham: A Primer on Shared Social Values in Judaism, Christianity, and Islam
A detailed study of sacred literature in Judaism, Christianity, and Islam reveals an extraordinarily similar teaching of social values and individual morals."
Focus on Jewish-Christian- Muslim Commonalities
"Today the press and the internet emblazon the differences among Judaism, Christianity, and Islam. Sadly, however, such an initial focus on differences produces a gross distortion. At times, even scholars who should know better embark on this wrong headed path that leads to an Alice-in- Wonderland view of these three intimately related and deeply similar religions. There is vastly more that these three monotheist religions have in common than distinguishes them."
Children of Abraham: An Introduction to Judaism for Muslims
This first eBook "tell[s] us about the striking theological and moral resemblance between Judaism and Islam. Indeed, no two other major religions on earth are closer to each other. Of the three great monotheistic faiths, Judaism and Islam are most akin; both literally descend from Abraham, our common biological and spiritual father.
"When scholars in the Abrahamic traditions have addressed the relationship of science and religion, they have emphasized scriptural texts that assert God's role and activity as creator, sustainer, and governor of the universe."