Christianity and Islam are the two largest religions in the world. They are closely related due to the chain of prophets they share as well as similarities in beliefs such as monotheism, love for Jesus, peace be upon him (pbuh), and great regard for Mary, the mother of Jesus. Both have a belief in one God who created the world and cares about the behavior and beliefs of human beings. There are so many similarities and differences between these religions, on the basis of origins, beliefs and practices of Christianity and Islam.
Islam and Christianity differ in significant and fundamental ways. Many of these differences can be seen to be in direct contrast to one another. The Law of Non-Contradiction states that a thing and its opposite cannot both be true at the same time and in the same sense. Thus, theological differences that exist in direct contrast with one another between Islam and Christianity cannot both be true in the same sense. This article addresses one fundamental doctrine of both, The concept of God, Jesus position in Islam and Christianity, using a compare and contrast approach. The reader may use this material in conjunction with other similar analyses between Islam and Christianity to determine which presents a coherent worldview.
.Concept of God in Islam and Christianity
Christians and Muslims also have some beliefs in common. Both stem from Abraham and his sons Isaac (Ishaaq) and Ismail. Both believe in One God both have holy books for Christians they have Bible and for Muslim they have Quran. So their root is the same but the growth and path proceeded in two different directions in history. They both agree that there is one God who created the universe and is sovereign in the lives of men. They agree that God is the source of justice and morality. They agree that his ultimate justice is dispensed via life after death in heaven and hell.
Fundamentalist Christians and fundamentalist Muslims both consider such things as pornography and...