I chanced upon an article which was interesting and I am sharing it here.
It states that,
Yet when we consider that, historically, geographically, and, most importantly, theologically, Islam is remarkably continuous with both Judaism and Christianity, we should see that this is a question that must be raised. After all, Jews, Christians, and Muslims are of one mind in affirming the divine origins of the Hebrew Scriptures, monotheism, the personal nature of God, God’s justice and compassion, the creation of the world, the orderliness and goodness of the world, and the irreducible individuality of the human person.
Despite these fundamental similarities, it is the followers of Islam alone that have never stopped slaughtering in the name of their God. Why?..
‘As some critics have plausibly argued, monotheism, being a sort of one size-fits-all concept, expresses a moral universalism that, like all such universalisms, can and has bred arrogance and intolerance in those who endorse it. Judaism and Christianity, however, have tempered this vision. Islam, though, has not. In fact, it is precisely in the Muslim’s objections to Judaism and Christianity that this becomes most clear.
From the Muslim’s perspective, neither Judaism nor Christianity is truly monotheistic. Judaism has always revolved around the historically andculturally-specific experiences of a particular people—i.e. “the Chosen People,” the Jews. And Christianity, with its doctrines of the Blessed Trinity (God is Three Persons in One) and the Incarnation (God entered the flux of history by becoming a man in Christ), compromises monotheism even further.’
Judaism Christianity and Islam share common geographical location and legends.
Spanish Inquisitions, Bloody Mary,Crusades are some examples of Tolerance.
Then came and it still exists, carrots, in the form of Money,free Education, Vatican Budget for conversion.
Christianity has ‘mellowed’ because it has found a better tool for conversion, persuasion, and the use of Money, both to individuals and Government.
Islam has not learnt it or refuses to learn this from Christianity.
Pot calling the kettle black?
As to Monotheism, where is it in Christianity except in few references in The Bible, there too you would find the father being mentioned apologetically.
Curiously the author has rolled father, Son and the Holy Spirit into One!
Compared to it, Islam is Monotheistic , if not Monistic.
“The Bible is a historical narrative. It is this narrative framework that constrains the range of interpretations that the text lends. It is the Bible’s sequential ordering of events, its meticulous attention to details, to context, that informs its message regarding the One, True God.’
The Bible was prepared edited and published by Constantine ,period.(see my posts on this)
The Koran has no narrative. Rather, it is essentially a collection of divinely issued moral precepts that, devoid as they are of context, are meant to pertain to all peoples—everywhere. In ignoring the context of its emergence and development, Islam also neglects the contexts of those upon whom it seeks to impose itself.
This explains why Islam has not, cannot, assimilate to any institutional arrangements that allow a separation of some sort or other between the eternal and temporal spheres. It is this that accounts for why Islam appears incapable of co-existing for long with any and all potential competitors.
Christianity was institutionalized by Constantine and we know what the Church has done or is doing, including keeping mum during the holocaust.
When a religion is institutionalized it ceases to be free and religion loses its moral force.
And finally is Christianity tolerant?
Source for discussion.