research has surveyed the philological origins of the word ‘science’ and
‘religion’. Furthermore, it has re-examined the definitions of ‘The Science of
Religion’ and ‘The Science of Comparative Religion’. Building on this
foundation, the author compared the major similarities and differences between
the Jewish, Christian and Islamic Religions, especially via the lens of
Monotheism, exploring the Jewish Shema, Christian Niceno-Constantinopolitan
Creed, and Islam’s Tawheed. This new research aims to contribute to a better
understanding of our three major monotheistic religions.