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Civilization to 1500 - Need help answering

jionksjionks Registered User Posts: 3 New Member
Compare and contrast the Islamic, Judaism, and Christian ideas about history, salvation, law, social justice and other key issues. Despite sharing several doctrinal principles and claiming a common origin, the three faiths have historically been engaged in constant disputes. How does history explain the reasons for the disagreements? Are there times when these faiths have bridged their differences? When and how were they bridged?
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