Islam

By: Trey O'Neill

Muhammad

Muhammad in Islam is considered to be a messenger r prophet sent into the world by a god to guide humanity into the right direction. He was considered the as the last in a series of prophets sent by god. Muhammad is considered the greatest of all the prophets.

Principles

A. they are monotheistic because they only believe in one god

B. 2nd

C. Allah is the one god that they worship

D. Muhammad is the prophet and messanger and Allah revealed him the Quran through the angel Jibril

E. Quran

F. He guides them in the right path to go

G.

  1. Shahadah- to bear witness or testify that there is no god except one God
  2. Salat- the five daily prayers are performed at dawn, noon, mid-afternoon, sunset and night
  3. Zakah- Giving 2.5% of one's wealth to the poor and needy
  4. Sawm- Muslims fast during the daylight hours in the ninth month of the Islamic lunar calendar called Ramadan
  5. Hajj- Muslims believe in making a pilgrimage to Mecca to the Ka'bah at least once in their lifetime

Comparing and Contrasting Islam and Christianity

Islam and Christianity- Thing they have in common, are that they both believe in one god also in both god is the creator of everything.

Differences are, The founder of them are different Islams have Muhammad and Christians founder was Jesus.

Comparing and Contrasting Islam and Judaism

Things they have in common are both believe in Angles they both sternly warn against regarding angles and they both believe in prophets

Differences are: the main days of worship are o different days there founder of this religion

Comparing and Contrasting Islam and Hinduism

Islam is a monotheistic Abraham religion, founded by Muhammad in the Middle East in the 7th century.

Hinduism on the other hand is religious tradition that originated in the Indian subcontinent and does not have a specific founder.

Comparing and Contrasting Islam and Confucianism

Similarities are they both believe that there is one god

Differences are there practices Islam has five pillars and Confucianism has to visit temples to pay homage.

Comparing and Contrasting Islam and Taoism

Differences are there places of worship are different Taoism visit a shrine and Islam visits a Mosque a place that is clean