Contradictions Between Religions, Islam Christianity and Judaism


Contradictions Between Religions

Posted by Hasan Yahya, Ph.Ds. Professor of Comparative Sociology

March 25,2015

???????????????????????????????Historically, Judaism begins with Abraham, the father of Judaism and Islam as well. Christianity broke off from Judaism with the belief of Jesus of Nazareth being the son of god. “Christ” is really a title that is applied to Jesus. The idea is that Jesus, being the son of god, died for our sins. If you believe this, you don’t need to continue to follow many of the beliefs and practices of Judaism. For Islam, however, Muhammad is the prophet of God and they often see Jesus as another prophet but not as “the” prophet and certainly not as the son of God. These three in turn also break off into several different sects, all who believe slightly different things.

Even though the belief that Islam, Judaism and Christianity are alike because they are all religions of Allah. Still some contradictions are found in their beliefs. Here are some:
The first contradiction: Judaism and Islam says God is one, indivisible, cannot be separated into three aspects/incarnations. While in Christianity, (Some sects) speaks of the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit.
The second contradiction is that Judaism says that God would never allow/enable a ‘virgin birth’. Christianity and Islam the belief is that Mary gave birth, though a virgin.
The third contradiction is that Judaism and Islam believe that every human should speak directly to God, while in Christianity Jesus claims in the ‘new testament’ that the ‘only way’ to God is through him.
The forth is that Judaism and Islam say that no human can ever die for the sins of others, in Christianity the belief is that Jesus died for the sins of mankind .

The fifth is that Judaism believes that no man gets a ‘second coming’ while in Christianity and Islam they believe that Jesus will have a ‘second coming’.

The Sixth is that Judaism has no concept of ‘hell’. Wile in Islam, . In some Christians believe non-believers go to ‘hell’.

The seventh is that Judaism believe that there is no ‘devil’, the Jewish ‘Satan’ is just an ordinary angel, under God’s control. While Christianity describes ‘Satan’ as a devil and ‘fallen’ angel. In Islam, however, Satan was a jinn created from fire.

The Eighth is that Judaism and Islam say that all humans are born pure, and innocent, as a white paper. in Christianity the belief is that all humans are born with ‘original sin’.

The ninth is that Christianity believes in actively ‘witnessing’ and encouraging people to convert to Christianity. While Judaism forbids Jews from trying to convert anyone to Judaism; in Islam, however, all must convert to Islam or pay a fine to remain Christian or Jewish and live as 2nd class citizens (all others must convert or die).
The 10th contradiction is that Judaism says that we are ALL equally God’s children. In Islam the majority claim that the prophets are perfect and have never sinned, others believe the prophets sinned and repented. In Christianity, however, they say that Jesus was ‘god’s son’ above all others
The 11th contradiction is that in both Islam and Judaism there is no concept of original sin. While some sects of Christianity believe in “original sin” to justify the need for a saviour. Others believe that humankind cannot keep from sinning and requires a saviour to cleanse them.
The 12th contradiction is that Judaism considers the ‘messiah’ is a normal person, mortal man who must fulfil all the Jewish messianic prophecies in one normal, mortal lifetime. In Christianity, Jesus was the ‘messiah’ and will fulfil the prophecies when he ‘returns’. But in Islam Jesus was a prophet, not a “son of God” and Muhammad is the last prophet.

The 13th contradiction is that Judaism says that the righteous of all faiths will reach ‘Gan Eden’ or ‘Garden of Eden’. While some Christians insist that only those who ‘know Christ’ can reach heaven. In Islam, however, believe that some Jews and Christians will reach Paradise, Muslims reach paradise and have better chance than Jews and Christians.

The 14th contradiction is that Islam claims the Torah and Christian bible were corrupted (with no proof). While in Judaism The Torah remains unchanged. In Christianity however, differences from the original Torah is found .
The final estimated population in terms of religious is estimated as 7,095,217,980 (July 2013 est.) the rate is: Christians 31.50% (2.2 billions), Muslims 23.20% (1.7 billion), Jews 0.22% (13.5 millions).
Other religions constitute 20.92%, they are: 13.8% (1 billion) , Buddhist 6.77% (376 million), Sikh 0 0.35%. Other religions 10.95%, while non-religious 9.66% (1 billion), atheists 2.01% (2010 est.). According to world fact book of facts.

About Arab American Encyclopedia-USA - Hasan Yahya

HASAN YAHYA was born at a small village called Majdal-YaFa (Majdal Sadiq) in Mandate Palestine (1944). He migrated as a refugee to Mes-ha, a village east of Kufr Qasim, west of Nablus (in the West Bank), then moved with his family to Zarka, 25 km north of Amman – Jordan. He finished the high school at Zarka Secondary School, 1963. He was appointed as a teacher in the same year. Studied Law first at Damascus University, then B.A from Lebanon University in Arabic literature and Eastern Cultures (1975). He moved to Kuwait. Where he got married in 1967. He was working at Kuwait Television, taught at bilingual School, and Kuwait University. In 1982, Hasan left to the United States to continue his education at Michigan State University. He got the Master Degree in 1983, the Ph.D degree in 1988 in Education (Psychology of Administration ). In 1991, He obtained his post degree in Social research, the result was a second Ph.D degree in Comparative sociology-Social Psychology. He was the only Arab student who enrolled ever to pursue two simultaneous Ph.D programs from Michigan State University and fulfill their requirements perfectly. Professor Yahya employment history began as a supervisor of a joint project to rehabilitate Youth (inmates out of prison) by Michigan State University and Intermediate School Districts. Worked also as a Teacher Assistant and lecturer in the same university. He was offered a position at Lansing Community College as well as Jackson Community College where he was assistant professor, then associate professor, then full professor (1991-2006). He taught Sociology, psychology, education, criminology and research methods. He supervised 19 Master and Ph.D candidates on various personal, economic psychological and social development topics. Professor Yahya published Hundreds (1000 Plus on this site) of articles and research reports in local, regional, and international journals. His interest covers local, regional and global conflicts. He also authored, translated, edited and published over 280 plus books in several languages, in almost all fields especial education, sociology and psychology. These books can be found on Amazon and Kindle. He also, was a visiting professor at Eastern Michigan University to give Research Methods and Conflict Management courses. Prof. Yahya accepted an offer to join Zayed University Faculty Team in 1998, then he served as the Head of Education and Psychology Department at Ajman University of Science and Technology 2001-04. Dr. Yahya established several institutes in Diaspora, the Arab American Encyclopedia, Ihyaa al Turath al Arabi Project, (Revival of Arab Heritage in Diaspora.Recently he was nominated for honorary committee member for the Union of Arab and Muslim Writers in America. He was affiliated with sociological associations and was a member of the Association of Muslim Social Scientists (AMSS) at USA. Social Activities and Community Participation: Dr. Yahya was a national figure on Diversity and Islamic Issues in the United States, with special attention to Race Relations and Psychology of Assimilation (generations 1,2 &3). He was invited as a public speaker to many TV shows and interviews in many countries. His philosophy includes enhancing knowledge to appreciate the others, and to compromise with others in order to live peacefully with others. This philosophy was the backgrounds of his theory, called “ Theory C. of Conflict Management”. And developed later to a Science of Cultural Normalization under the title: “Crescentology. The results of such theory will lead to world peace depends on a global Knowledge, Understanding, appreciation, and Compromising (KUAC)” Recently Prof. Yahya started "Publish your book FREE Project", to serve young Arab Writers. Dr. Yahya accepted the offer to be the chief editor of the International Humanities Studies Journal -I-H-S-Jerusalem, since July 2014. (Revised Sept. 2014) ولد الدكتور حسن عبدالقادر يحيى في مجدل يابا من أعمال يافا – فلسطين عام 1944. تلقى علومه الابتدائية في مدرسة بديا الأميرية في الضفة الغربية أيام احتوائها ضمن المملكة الأدردنية الهاشمية وتخرج في جامعة بيروت حاملاً الإجازة في اللغة العربية وآدابها، ودبلوم التأهيل التربوي من كلية القديس يوسف بلبنان، ودبلوم الدراسات العليا (الماجستير) ودكتوراة في الإدارة التربوية من جامعة ولاية ميشيغان بالولايات المتحدة عام 1988، وشهادة الدكتوراه في علم الاجتماع المقارن من الجامعة نفسها عام 1991. عمل في التدريس والصحافة الأدبية. أديب وشاعر وقاص ، ,كما عمل في تلفزيون الكويت الرسمي كمعد ومنسق برامج ثم اتجه إلى الكتابة والتأليف في علوم كثيرة تخص علمي النفس والاجتماع والتنمية البشرية ، والتغير الاجتماعي والسكان وألف ونشر العديد من المقالات (1000 +) والكتب باللغتين العربية والإنجليزية (أكثر من 330 كتابا) ، منها ست مجموعات قصصية وست كتب للأطفال ، وأربع دواوين شعرية باللغتين أيضا. وعدد من كتب التراث في الشعر والأدب والأخلاق الإسلامية والتربية والأديان . وهو الآن أستاذ متقاعد في جامعة ولاية ميشيغان. . وكان عضوا سابقا في جمعية العلماء المسلمين في أمريكا . وجمعية علماء الاجتماع الأمريكية - ميشيغان، وهو مؤسس الموسوعة العربية الأمريكية في الولايات المتحدة ضمن مشروع إحياء التراث العربي في بلاد المهجرز كما تم ترشيحه مؤخرا ليكون عضو مجلس التحرير لمجلة الدراسات الإنسانية العالمية. وقد قبل أن يتسلم رئاسة تحريرها اعتبارا من نهاية يونيو 2014 His email: askdryahya@yahoo.com Thank you!
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