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Catholicism Judaism

The Messiah has come The Messiah is still to come


Jesus is God Denial of Jesus Divinity and
resurrection
Belief in holy Trinity God is one and Moses is his greatest
prophet
Abortion is Prohibited The Talmud does not consider the baby
in the womb a person until birth
Sex only in marriage Pre marital sex accepted
Divorce prohibited Divorce allowed
Go forth and baptise all people The Chosen People

Catholicism Buddhism
Resurrection Reincarnation
Eternal life with god in heaven Nothingness (Nirvana)
Ten commandments Ethnical and moral decisions making is
open to personal opinion
Abortion is wrong Abortion is sometimes acceptable
Adultery is Wrong Open Marriage accepted
Fornication is wrong Pre marital sex acceptable
Homosexual acts prohibited Homosexual activity is acceptable

Catholicism Hinduism
Belief in one god ONLY Belief in Many Gods
All people created by god with equal The Caste system
dignity
One life on earth then eternal life in Reincarnation
heaven or hell
Salvation by faith and good works KARMA
One moral law for all people Moral obligations related to caste

Catholicism Islam
Belief in one god of three divine One god but deny the trinity
persons
Jesus is god Muhammed did not work miracles, did
not fulfil a perfect life
Virgin Mary is praised above all saints Mentioned in the Koran but not the
as the mother of god mother of god
One wife only Up to 4 wives 
Divorce prohibited Divorce allowed
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Number of Adher
Religion
ents

1 Christianity 1.9 billion

2 Islam 1.1 billion

3 Hinduism 781 million

4 Buddhism 324 million

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Islam-Islam began in Arabia in the Middle East. Now known as Saudi Arabia,
this is where the prophet Muhammad was born, raised, lived, and died.
Buddhism-Buddhism began in north-eastern India
Judaism-Judaism originated in Israel around 4000 years ago.
Christianity- Israel

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Judaism
The Hebrew leader Abraham founded Judaism around 2000 B.C. Moses, is also
an important figure as he gave the Jews the Torah around 1250 B.C. The Torah
contains the laws of God.
Buddhism
The Buddhist tradition is founded on and inspired by the teachings of
Siddhartha Gautama. He was called the Buddha and lived in the 4th or 5th
century B.C. in India.
Islam
The prophet Muhammad, who was born in A.D. 570 at Mecca, in Saudi Arabia,
is often regarded as the founder of Islam. He was the last prophet to be sent by
Allah. There were many prophets before Muhammad including: Abraham,
Moses and Jesus.
Christianity
Jesus Christ, who was crucified around A.D. 30 in Jerusalem, is the founder of
Christianity.

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