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Is there a Judeo-Christian-Islamic tradition?

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Is there a Judeo-Christian-Islamic tradition?

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Important doctrinal differences exist between Judaism, Christianity and Islam. Even so, each of the three faiths proceed from a monotheistic worldview interconnected with that of the other two. The three world religions share belief in successive prophets and revealed scriptures – in fact, the three faiths trace their religious history back to the patriarch Abraham, and earlier to the first human, Adam (considered a prophet in Islam), demonstrating a common history and outlook. Thus, for Muslims Islam culminates what can be described as the Judeo-Christian-Islamic tradition of monotheism.

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