Ths essay is called "Christianity vs. Islamic Religion" and it gives specific comparisions between the two beliefs.

Essay by rackelHigh School, 10th gradeB+, January 2004

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Christianity vs. Islamic Religion

Two of the most popular religions in the world are Protestant Christianity and Islamic. Both of these faiths differ and have similarities. One of the major bases of both religions is that there is only one God that created all things, this is known as deity, unlike other religions that believe there are more than one gods. Another detail that both Christians and Muslims agree on is the importance of prayer in life. Along with prayer comes the belief that a one on one relationship with God is necessary. Both groups believe that communication should between man and God, and no one else should interfere. Christianity and the Islamic religion also have resembling ways of tithing and giving to the church or charity is a responsibility. These two religions also have corresponding verses and sayings. In the Qur'an it says " God does not look at your bodies and faces but He looks at your hearts".

In the Bible it is said in 2 Corinthians 4: 18, "So we fix our eyes not on what is seen, but what is unseen. For what is seen is temporary, but what is unseen is eternal."

Of coarse the Muslims and Protestant Christians do not agree on everything. A major fact in Christianity is that God sent down his son, Jesus, to die for our sins so we can enter heaven. Christians believe that because that is what is said in the Bible. The Bible is the consists of the old and new testament, the old beginning with creation and new beginning with birth of the savior Jesus Christ. Contrary to what Muslims believe, Christians believe in the trinity, the father, the son, and the Holy Ghost. The Bible also tells followers to "pray continually", not at set...