An Analysis and Brief History of the Three Great Monotheistic Faiths Judaism, Christianity, Islam
This book is a comparison of the three monotheistic faiths of Judaism, Christianity, and Islam. In it, the author sought to show that Christianity is the more viable faith and the only path to God. Numerous sources, such as books, periodicals, videos, and the Internet, were used to reach her conclusion.The author desired to express that, of the three, Christianity is the vehicle and it is only through Jesus Christ that we find the way to God (John 14:6).
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