The moral value — or virtue — fundamental to the three monotheistic religions is faith. This was the value of Abraham by virtue of which Judaism, Christianity, and Islam are traced back to him. We can see in Abraham what this virtue consists of: Abraham believed in God, believed in Him because He is God, and …More
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Robert Houghton is a Catholic Christian. He studied English literature at Cambridge University in 1966, and taught English in an English grammar school for some years. He started publishing articles in the reviews and became a research associate in the Department of Comparative Religion at Manchester University. He was a visiting lecturer at the Catholic University of Leuven, Belgium and was appointed lecturer in English literature at the Taras Shevchenko University of Kiev, Ukraine.