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2 A book of teachings that reveals who God really is, his plans for man and about the life and importance of Jesus Christ. Some people claim it is the oldest book in the world but is really a collection of many books: it includes books of law, history
4 The belief that there in only one existing God? The word comes from the word “monos” in the Greek language, meaning one. Judaism, Christianity and Islam are all religions that hold these beliefs.
5 This is a summary of instructions prepared in a book form. This book contains instructions for Christian churches. The Catholic Church book is a summary of official teachings of Catholic beliefs including creeds, sacraments, commandments, and prayer
6 This is the practice of Islamic prayer, it is also one of the five pillars. This practice must be done five times a day facing mecca. Only Muslims practice this prayer.
8 This month of prayer is seen as a link to one of the 5 pillars. This happens during the ninth month of the Muslim calendar. During this time Muslims pray, fast and practice self-denial, all of which is very similar to how Christians celebrate Lent.
10 This is a holy book of the religion of Islam. The holy book was written in Arabic after the death of Muhammed in 632 AD. To honour God or Allah, the Islamic people would memorise many verses of the book to show their appreciation to God.
11 During the Islamic holy month of Ramadan, Muslimas have to restrain from eating and drinking during daylight hours but have a small meal and sips of water at night time.
12 The Hindu, Buddhist and Shinto religions are examples of this type of religion. They differ from Monotheistic religions like Christianity and Islam, in that they believe in the worship of multiple gods.
14 One of the Five Pillars of Islam, The meaning is “to cleanse” or “purification”, all Muslims who are able to are told by the Quran to help the poor and needy for Allah. This is to acknowledge that everyone belongs to Allah, and also toward a better f
15 This person is the third member of the Trinity and is represented as a dove or a tongue of fire. Often referred to in the Bible as descending from heaven and filling the hearts and minds of God’s people. In modern times this person is usually seen as
17 When Muslims pray they face this city where Muhammad was born. Muslims are also expected to go on a pilgrimage to this place at least one in their life as it is the holiest city in Islam.
18 A Muslim pilgrimage to Mecca which takes place in the later month of the year, this is also one of the five pillars of Islam. Muslims are expected to make this journey at least once during their lifetime if they can afford to do so.
19 These teachings are a summary of beliefs by members of a faith. The Latin name for this is Credo, this means “I believe”. The first summary of beliefs for Christians are the teachings of the Apostles, it was a summary of what Christ revealed to the a
20 Christians, Jews and Muslims believe there can be only one. He is the maker of heaven and earth. He gives us life, cares and provides for us, forgives our sins and allows us to be saved by his love.
1 An Arabic word that means “God”/ “the God”. This word is used by all Abrahamic faiths including Christianity and Judaism. Islamic people use this word to call God, meanwhile, Christians and Jews know Him as Yahweh.
3 This word means “the act of being made flesh.” This is what happened to Jesus, the Son of God when he took on human flesh. In the Bible, it says “The Word became flesh and made His dwelling among us.”
7 The Christian belief that God is three in one - who is the father, son, and Holy Spirit. There are other ways of referring to this such as, triune God and the three-in-one.
9 A Religion whose followers believe that their saviour has not yet risen. The main difference between this religion and Christianity is that its’ followers believe that Jesus was not God but merely human, a teacher or a prophet.
13 The founder of the Islamic religion. This person was born in Mecca, Arabia 570, and died June 8, 632, Medina. The Muslims believe he was the last of the prophets of God sent with a message to all people. Muslims do acknowledge many of the prophets fr
16 This word is one of the Islamic creeds and also one of the five pillars of. This word comes from shahada meaning “he testifies” and/or “he bears witness”.
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