Religious Studies

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Christianity and Islam facts

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All Muslims are monothiests Muslims
Muslims worship Allah Muslims
The first words given to Muhammad were read in the name of Allah who created you Muslims
The holy book of Islam is the Qur'an Muslims
According to Islam the Qur'an is the exact word of Allah Muslims
Islam means peace through submission Muslims
Muslims believe in Allah because of the world and because of the Qur'an Muslims
There are five main pillars in Islam, also known as The Five Pillars. Muslims
Muslims believe that if they follow the Qur'an they will stay on the straight path to heaven. Muslims
Muslims believe that Satan (shaytan) is always trying to push them off the straight path. Muslims
Muslims believe that life is a test Muslims
Muslims believe in heaven and hell Muslims
Jesus was a pacifist Christianity
Jesus taught stories called parables Christianity
Jesus lost his temper in the temple Christianity
Jesus knew that he would die. Christianity
The Sermount on the Mount Christianity
The Sermount on the Mount Christianity
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