RELS 330 AMU Monolithic Faiths in The Middle East and The World Essay

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discuss each of the four religions of the Middle East we are studying. Where are the four religions mostly practiced? What are some of the difficulties worshipers of the religion face in particular areas of the Middle East? What are some things that each religion holds in common (both in history and in current practice)? Provide examples.


Armstrong, Karen, A History of God: The 4,000 Year Quest for Judaism, Christianity, and Islam. Random House, 2011. Chapters 1-2. 

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Religions in the Middle East
Thesis statement: Even though the religions are practiced in many places in the Middle
East and the world in general, they are mostly practices in some places and dace problems in
other places.
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Introduction
Judaism

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Islam

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Christianity

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Hindu
Conclusion


Running head: RELIGIONS IN THE MIDDLE EAST

Religions in the Middle East
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RELIGIONS IN THE MIDDLE EAST

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Religions in the Middle East
The Middle East is the origin of three of the most practiced religions in the world.
Therefore, the region has diverse practices and has rich traditions that have been passed over
generations up to the current day. Four of the religions practiced in the Middle East include
Christianity, Islam, Judaism, and Hinduism. Even though the religions are practiced in many
places in the Middle East and the world in general, they are mostly practices in some places and
dace problems in other places.
Judaism is among the oldest monolithic faiths in the Middle East and the world. Judaism
is more than 20...


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