Presentation on theme: "By Cara Piantadosi 6Gold. ChristianityIslam The Bible- Is the Christian sacred text. The Bible contains parables. The Bible is divided into two parts."— Presentation transcript:
By Cara Piantadosi 6Gold
ChristianityIslam The Bible- Is the Christian sacred text. The Bible contains parables. The Bible is divided into two parts the Old and New Testaments. There are four Gospels those Gospels are written by Matthew, John, Luke and Mark. The Quran- The Holy text for Muslims is called the Holy Quran. Muslims believe that every word in Holy Quran is from Allah their God. Muslims also believe in all the prophets.
ChristianityIslam The Fish- The fish was used by the Christians to tell each other that they were also Christians so they could talk and not get arrested. Crescent Moon and Star- Is the only main symbol used by the Muslims. Around several thousand years ago it is said the Crescent moon and star symbol represented the Central and Siberia people worshiped the moon, sun and sky God. The Dove –Represents the Holy Spirit and peace. The Cross-It Represents Jesus Resurrected. Crucifixion-It represents Jesus sacrificing himself for us.
ChristianityIslam Christmas-Christmas is a time when all Christians get together with family and share food presents our love and joy in thought of Jesus being born. Ramadan-Ramadan is one of the Muslims main sacred times. During the daylight time of Ramadan all Muslims fast. Easter-Easter is all about Jesus dying and the rising from the dead. It is also about new life. We share chocolate eggs that represent new life. Eid-Ul-Adha - Eid-Ul-Adha is a festival of sacrifice 70 days after Ramadan. Annunciation of Mary- The Annunciation of Mary is a day when we remember when the Angel Gabrielle came to Mary and told her the news she was going to have a baby. On this day some Christians celebrate by going to mass. Eid-Ul-Fitr – Eid-Ul-Fitr is the first day after Ramadan. Muslims break the fast with a big feast. On this day the family comes together to share presents and donate to the charity. Lent- Lent is a time when you might make a promise and you have to stick to it for the 40 days of Lent. Lent is apart of the Church Year. Al Hijra- Al Hijra is the Muslims New Year.
Christianity Christians believe in Jesus Christ and that he is the Son of God. Muslims believe in Allah. Christians believe in the bible.Muslims believe in angles. Christians also believe that there is only 1 God but God consist of 3 people they are: the Holy Spirit, God the father and God the Son. Muslims believe in these Prophets: Adam, Ibrahim (Abraham), Musa (Moses), Dawud (David),Isa (Jesus) and Muhammad who is the final Prophet. Christians also believe that God created the world we live in today. Muslims believe in Judgement Day which is when every Muslims life is decided if they are going to hell or heaven. Muslims believe in the holy books. Predestination-Predestination is another thing they believe in. They say that Allah has already decided whats going to happen so its not going to stop human beings making free choices.
ChristianityIslam Jesus Christ- Jesus Christ is the founder Christianity. Jesus was crucified around 30 A.D. In Jerusalem. Jesus came to earth to teach us about peace love and how to treat our world and the people we live with. Jesus was a Jew and he was born in Bethlehem. Prophets- Muslims mainly believe in the one prophet Muhammad. Muslims believe in a sequence of prophets that I mentioned before. They were Adam, Ibrahim (Abraham), Musa (Moses), Dawud (David),Isa (Jesus) and Muhammad who is the final Prophet.
ChristianityIslam Church, Chapel and Cathedral- Churches, Chapels and Cathedrals are all used for the same thing and all have the same things in them only Churches are bigger then Chapels and Cathedrals are bigger then both Chapels and Churches. These three sacred places are sacred because people from all different places come together to worship God. It is a very peaceful and a calm place. Another reason why it is sacred is because a lot of special occasions happen at and during masses in the church. Mosque-The sacred place for Muslims is called a mosque. In the mosque there is very little furniture as they pray on mats. They have to take off their shoes before entering the mosque to keep it clean. Services are held everyday. There is normally a small pool or fountain where Muslims can go and wash in. In a mosque there is always a quibla wall which faces Makah. Women do not pray in the same areas as men.