Muslim & Christians forsake their own gods and pray to the Jew's god, your thought?
According to archaeology the God of Jew, Christianity and Muslim, is the sun god Raj of ancient Egypt, Moses claim it is Raj that told him to lead the Jews out of Egypt and ancient Egyptian also believe in multi gods. Christians and Muslim, have chosen to worship the Jew's god, while abandoning their own god, such as Zeus and Thor and expect someone else's god to protect them. Add to the irony, traditionally the Catholic are racist towards the Jew for the killing of Jesus and by Hitler's time, even persecute the Jews. Isn't this entire picture ironic? What is your thought?
I guess it all depends on where you pull your facts from and how you put the pieces together.
Your question is garbled, and grasps at bits and pieces of historical information without connecting to the theme of your question--do Muslims and Christians pray to the Jewish God?
You bring up Egyptian, Norse, and Greek Gods and in the same thought call them Jewish and Christian.
Frankly, I don't think you have a firm enough grasp on the different theologies you bring up to debate the question.
For what it's worth, I think that God is God and doesn't "belong" to any one culture or religion. No one has trademarked deity. Now, there is plenty of disparity about the nature, name, and number of God or Gods, but God or the idea of God simply is or isn't.
God is God. Religions, gods, beliefs, and prejudices are created and enforced by humans.
That's a bunch of...The Jewish God is Adonai, YHVH, Yah
It is not Raj.
you clearly have NO UNDERSTANDING OF CHRISTIANITY and are just a master of confusion. I rebuke you for you attempt to malign Christianity.
The muslums worship satan while saying they worship our God. OURS ,THE CHR ISTIAN GOD IS THE GOD OF THE JEWS. He brought us into his fold through Jesus Christ, His SON.
go elsewhere to publish your foolishness you are not welcome here
I believe there is one God who is not Allah neither God of Christians neither Zeus or other gods. One God who is supernatural, who is in spiritual form, who created the heavens and earth. I pray to Him. I call Him God because He is the Creator of all we see and do not see. That is the God I worship. That is God I believe in.
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