Christianity, Judaism and Islam
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This paper briefly examines how the cultural conditions out of which Christianity was born were very similar to those of Judaism and how it is not surprising that Jews and Christians have many things in common. It discusses how, compared to Islam and Judaism, Christianity has by far had much more impact on Western civilization, particularly in the United States and Europe, due to the fact that the ideals and tenets of Christianity have greatly influenced the structure and development of numerous cultural/social systems.
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