The story of Jesus, son of God is sacred to Christians as it summarizes God’s purpose to humanity (Smith 317).
Many Christians have continued to search for the meaning of suffering since God; their maker is a loving God. Muslims believe in God, Allah, maker of everything and the only God to be worshipped.
Additionally, Islamic annual events adopt a lunar calendar, characterized by celebrations and feasts that have religious and historic foundation.
The month of Ramadan is considered holy, during which Muslims Fast and pray.
Jewish are associated with atheist image of divine God even though debates continue on the exact nature of their God.
They have a strong recognition for the value of human nature.
The stories of Muhammad and creation of the world form an important aspect of Islamic sacred stories.
Besides having created all human beings and other things in existence, Muslims believe that Allah is the maker of angels and jinn.
Moreover, a cross and pulpit are common in almost every church.
Additionally, Christianity has several sacred rituals referred to as sacraments with baptism being practiced by all members of the faith together with the Eucharist.