Updated: Aug 20, 2022
Today, people are confused when referring to Judaism, Christianity, and Islam as Abrahamic faiths. Some use this reference in a casual and convenient manner in interfaith dialogue and also in political speeches. But in apologetics, this reference to commonality needs to be examined much in-depth because there are significant and uncompromising differences, especially between Islam and Christianity. Christianity is a continuity of Judaism and can be connected to Abraham through the covenant of God.
But Islam does not share this covenantal continuity and in fact, preaches discontinuity from fundamental Christianity doctrines of Christ (Christology) and salvation (soteriology).
The article provided below discusses these issues:
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