There is a strong Christian tradition in many parts of the Arab World.
Some Arab Christians are the descendants of the very first Christians, and the world’s oldest churches are found in the Arab World.
The Prophet Muhammad (570-632 CE) was born in Mecca, in present-day Saudi Arabia, and is considered the last of the prophets.
Muslims believe that Islam began in 610 CE when Muhammad started receiving revelations from God, or Allah in Arabic.
Throughout history, these religions have spread from their birthplace, crossing the boundaries of race and ethnicity, with followers in nearly every country in the world.
Judaism, the oldest of the monotheistic religions, is 3500 years old.There are also many differences that separate the three major religions of the world. The major similarities that all three religions share are that they are all monotheistic.This all means that they believe in one god and that he is the supreme ruler of all things.Monotheism literally means "the belief in only one God".The central values of family, charity, and respect for others are shared by these three religions.These revelations are recorded in the Qur’an, the holy book of Islam.Christianity is nearly 2,000 years old, beginning around 30 CE with the death of Jesus Christ.Getting the differences between the two both being Abrahamic religions and the holy books the Quran and the Bible referring to similar ancient people like Isaac and Ishmael in a related context.Christianity is a religious belief which begun as a Jewish belief and is seen as Abrahamic religion. They believe in Jesus Christ the messiah as the prophet send by God to save mankind and the holy bible as the guide of their faith.In most nations of the world these two religions have formed the bases of the countries laws and are highly recognized by the governments.Though Christianity is widely spread compared to Islam, they impose the same challenge to each other Considering the similarities and the differences between Islam and Christianity, the two can be said to be very different since the main prophets and the holy books which form the basis and guidance of the respective religions are not acceptable to the other.