Although Christianity and Islam are from Judaism, they don't worship Jewish Gods and Goddess. Why?

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  • Robert
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    7 years ago
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    God is one. Jesus revealed God to us. God is a spirit person living in God's kingdom, a spirit kingdom. In God's kingdom there is no disease, no decay, no death. Jesus told us that God is a loving, forgiving, merciful and compassionate person. God does not want anyone to worship him. God wants us to join hands with him and do what God wants us to do here on earth. To those of us who execute God's will on earth, God has a reward. God gives us entry to his kingdom at the end of our life here on earth.

  • Bob L
    Lv 7
    7 years ago

    Christian beliefs are the fulfillment of Jewish scriptures; they worship the same God. Islam is an aberration of both Old and New Testaments. Muslims worship a different deity from the God of the Bible.

    (There is no Jewish goddess.)

  • 7 years ago

    There are no gods and goddesses in Judaism. Judaism is strictly monotheistic and we worship HaShem and HaShem only. From the Jewish perspective, as Islam is also monotheistic, Muslims also worship HaShem.

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  • 7 years ago

    There are no gods and

    goddesses in Islam.

    Islam is strictly

    monotheistic and we

    worship Allah and

    Allah only. From the

    Muslim perspective, as

    Judaism is also

    monotheistic, Jews

    also worship Allah.

    "shema, yisra'el adon heinu adonai ehad" -DEUT 6:4.

    "say, He Allah is One. He begats not, neither was He begotten and there is none comparable unto Him" - QURAN 102:1-4.

    "ekam evadvitiyam" - CHANDOGYA UPANISHAD 6:2:1. ("He is ONE without a second." -HINDUISM)

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  • 7 years ago

    There's only one Jewish god.

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