This book begins with phenomenological study of major religions of the world: Judaism, Christianity, and Islam. It studies doctrinal and practical dimensions of these religions. It compares common themes in these religions, such as revelation and faith, founders and worship in order to find out similarities and differences. The book helps you to understand the historical, cultural background of major world religions, their similarities and differences. It is an asset to both Church and State Universities and Colleges Teaching Religion.It is short clear and to point and can be used in class for three hour credit in a semesters course work.