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Title: A comparative study of theologies between Hinduism, Christianity, and Islam
Authors: Hakeema Beevi, S. M.
Saujan, I.
Keywords: Christianity
Comparative study
Issue Date: 4-Aug-2021
Publisher: Faculty of Islamic Studies & Arabic Language, South Eastern University of Sri Lanka, University Park Oluvil, 32360 ,Sri Lanka
Citation: 8th International Symposium - 2021.on "Promoting Faith-Based Social Cohesion through Islamic and Arabic Studies". 4th August 2021. Faculty of Islamic Studies and Arabic Language, South Eastern University of Sri Lanka, University Park , Oluvil, Sri Lanka,
Abstract: Religion is the moral basis for all affairs of human beings. Stephen Juan mentioned in his study, there are approximately 4,300 religions in the world. Among them, Buddhism, Christianity, Hinduism, Islam, and Judaism are the most influential religions in the world. These regions have their own specific cults, teachings, cultures, and customs. Recently, religious harmony has become a growing field in social science research. Most of the contradictions are to occur in the world by name of religions. It is a universal truth that the way of inter-religious understanding can create a peaceful environment in a plural society. Thus, in this context, the study aims to examine the theologies between Hinduism, Christianity, and Islam. To reach the objective of this study, data were collected from scriptures and other secondary sources such as research articles, books, web-publications, and video clips. This study complies comparatively and review of literature. The Study concluded with the findings of that three scriptures which were taken up for this study have accepted oneness of God and that all praises, worships, obedience of human beings are blogs to him. In particular, both religions, except Islam, have a polytheism, which contradicts the pure theology of that both religions.
ISBN: 978-624-5736-14-0
Appears in Collections:8th International Symposium of FIA-2021

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