Consecutive Revelations: Judaism, Christianity and Islam


Although Judaism, Christianity and Islam appear to represent three very different and mutually exclusive religious legal systems, it's important to remember that all three are based on the same Divine, Torah narrative. The revelations of 'Elohim' (the third word of the Old Testament, meaning 'multiple Gods' [1]) all took place in the same geographical location; beginning with the Torah, then Jesus (in the New Testament) and then the Quran. The New Testament and Quran provide (inter alia) historical commentaries and revisions on the worship of the 'El' [2] of the Torah. All three say the same thing - that people should worship the same, one 'El' of the universe. Although they now appear vastly different, Judaism, Christianity and Islam are consecutive to each other; not concurrent.

1. See 'Elohim':  See also Psalms 82:1 and 82:6:

2. See 'El':