Dr. Judith Plaskow
The Bible and the Qur’an are both sacred texts used my many people for assistance trough life, they use these texts to reflect on and also to judge there actions in life. However, Islam and Christianity like many other religions share the similarity of having conflicting teachings on certain issues with in there texts. People who believe in these sacred texts often find explanations and resolutions to issues raised in the past and in the present. Yet it’s quite interesting when in the process of analyzing these texts how many conflicting perspectives can come up. When reading a book in the Old Testament and then comparing it to one in the New Testament, one can realize that they have contradictory teachings and a lot of confusion is created, and the same goes for the Qur’an. This is observed when discussing issues like marriage, war, men and women or when obeying rules left behind. It is clear that the Bible and the Quar’an enclose conflicting standpoints with in there sacred texts about Christianity and Islam.
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