Which Religion Came First in the World
There’s a lot of confusion about the question of which religion came first. It’s not an easy question to answer, because each religion has its own idea about what “first” means, and there are different ways to measure it. For example:
Judaism was the first religion.
The Torah predates Christianity by thousands of years, and it predates Islam by even longer. The Bible was written between 600 BCE and 100 CE; however, according to Jewish tradition (as well as many other sources), Moses received the Ten Commandments on Mount Sinai around 1200 BCE–more than 3 millennia before Jesus Christ was born!
Christianity came before Judaism.
Christianity is a subset of Judaism, so it’s not surprising that the two religions share many similarities. The religion of Jesus is based on the Old Testament, which was written by Jews over many centuries. In fact, Jesus was himself a Jew and his faith grew out of Judaism.
While Christian beliefs differ in some ways from Jewish teachings (for example, Christians believe that Jesus was God), they also share important commonalities: both religions are monotheistic (believing in one God), both have holidays centered around eating food together as families and friends (Passover vs Easter), both have holy books with stories about ancient ancestors who struggled against powerful enemies but ultimately triumphed over evil forces because they were guided by God’s will rather than their own power or intelligence
Islam is the youngest of the three Abrahamic religions.
Islam is the youngest of the three Abrahamic religions. It was founded by Muhammad in the 7th century CE, when he began preaching his message to people in Mecca and Medina. Islam spread throughout Arabia very quickly and eventually moved on to other parts of Africa and Asia. Today there are approximately 1 billion Muslims worldwide–the majority of whom live in Indonesia, Pakistan, India and Bangladesh respectively.
Islam is younger than Judaism (around 4000 years old) as well as Christianity (about 2000 years old). Judaism came before Christianity because Abraham was a Jew who lived around 2000 BCE; Jesus Christ was born about 2000 years later; then came Muhammad who founded Islam during his lifetime from 610-632 CE after receiving visions from God through Gabriel Angel Gabriel who delivered messages from Allah himself.”
Paganism predates all three religions by centuries or even millennia.
Paganism, in a broad sense, refers to any religion that is not monotheistic. Paganism predates all three religions by centuries or even millennia. In fact, religions like Judaism and Christianity were developed as responses to the spread of Paganism across Europe during the Roman Empire period (1st century CE).
It’s important to note that when we talk about “paganism,” we’re actually talking about many different types of faiths: animism (the belief that everything has a spirit); ancestor worship; shamanism (spiritual practices involving trance states); polytheism (belief in multiple gods). All of these faiths existed before any of those three main ones did–and they continue today!
It’s not easy to say which religion came first, as each one has a different idea about that question
In some religions, God created the world and humans in it. In others, humans were created by God after he made the earth. Some religions believe that there was no beginning or end of time; others think that time had a beginning and will end someday. And every religion has its own idea about what happens after death: whether people go on living somewhere else or just stop existing altogether–or even if they do continue living somewhere else (or at all), how does their life work without their body?
These differences between religions make it difficult for historians studying ancient civilizations because they can’t always agree on what happened during certain times or places based on information available today. For example: if archaeologists discover evidence of human activity in an area where there aren’t any modern towns nearby then they might guess that those people belonged to an ancient civilization; however this isn’t always true since some cultures don’t build large cities like ours today! So if we want answers we need look back further into history than just what happened last week…
In conclusion, it’s not easy to say which religion came first, as each one has a different idea about that question. It seems like Judaism was the first religion because its followers have always believed in God. Christianity came before Judaism because Jesus was Jewish but also preached his teachings to pagans who didn’t follow any particular faith at all (such as Romans). And finally Islam is the youngest of the three Abrahamic religions since Muhammad founded it after being inspired by Judeo-Christian traditions