IJSRP, Volume 4, Issue 7, July 2014 Edition [ISSN 2250-3153]
Dr. Naveed Shibli psa, Ph.D.
The factor ‘similarity’ is important in multiple ways in interpersonal relations and can be relevant to globalization, the study of similarities among Judaism Christianity and Islam, if exist, can help to facilitate globalization. To study such similarities a questionnaire based on the similarities mentioned in Torah (Jews) Gospel (Christians) and Quran (Muslims) was prepared and disseminated to the similar groups belonging to all the three faiths and after commuting the scores on similar choices the scores compiled. It was found that above 80% of the respondents from all the three groups irrespective of gender, religion and knowledge about religion maintained similar attitudes towards the hypothesized statements based on ‘similarity’. A very large p-value within the groups confirms the hypothesis that the proportion is same in all the three groups and the homogenous behavior exits among the groups in case of ideologies.