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The Middle East is a land of civilisations that has long been a homeland for countless states and empires, and the birthplace of the three monotheistic religions.
Though attacking a monotheistic religion is shameful and not right, I am only responding to those who attack Islam when Islam is over the sun, and nothing can elevate it or abase it; if they stop then I will too.
They encouraged Akhenaten to raise the status of a minor deity called the "sun-disk", or Aten, into a supreme god - abandoning the ancient Egyptian polytheistic traditions to start what is thought to be the earliest recorded monotheistic religion.
Lehmann calls for a concerted campaign to "eradicate monotheistic religion in favor of polytheistic religion," drawing on India as an example.
One True God is a theory-driven historical account of the character and consequences of monotheistic religion, which focuses on Western Christianity but deals also with paganism, Judaism, Islam, Hinduism, and Buddhism.
Why did Stetie choose to write about the Prophet Muhammad, founder of the third monotheistic religion, Islam?
Our religion, Islam, or any other monotheistic religion, does not legitimize such violence and murder.
Judaism is a monotheistic religion, with its foundational text, the Torah, and supplemental oral tradition represented by later texts such as the Mishnah and the Talmud.
Price reviews key components of monotheistic religion, explains why and how religion is used to justify violence, and describes the political, socioeconomic, and psychological causes of religion-based terrorism.
Judaism is a monotheistic religion of world's about 14 million Jews whose most sacred text is Torah.
I wish I did not have to compare one monotheistic religion to another; however, Wilders represents a European phenomenon that is neither odd nor rare.
No doubt, that's partly because the country is no longer as Christian as it used to be; and the possibility/necessity of Jews forming a united front with Christians against a secular culture indifferent, if not hostile, to any monotheistic religion is one of the points raised by this remarkable quartet of recent books.
The Baha'i Faith is a monotheistic religion emphasizing the spiritual unity of all humankind.
In the United States, there are an estimated 7 million Muslims, compared with 5 million Jews, making Islam the second-biggest monotheistic religion in this nation.
That was the shift from polytheistic to monotheistic religion, from cult religions to religions of the book, from culturally specific religions to world religions.