At the first glance, Islam and Christianity appear to have nothing in common, however; as you go beyond the surface, they appear to have many similarities such as their beliefs of God, their beliefs of life after death, their holy scriptures, and their prayers.
First of all, Christianity and Islam are both monotheistic religions; worshipping only one God.
While both believe in the same God, he is called by two completely different names.
It is founded on the life, teachings, death, and resurrection of Jesus Christ, and those who follow it are called Christians.
Islam is a monotheistic religion that developed in the 7th century CE.
The Old Testament dates to centuries before the time of Christ.
The New Testament dates from the time of Christ, or centuries thereafter.Muslims believe that the Quran present today is the same (unchanged/unedited) as the one just at the time of death of their prophet.Christianity and Islam differ in their fundamental views in regard to the God they worship, the nature of their religion, their beliefs about the crucifixion and resurrection of Jesus. Most Christians are Trinitarian, and believe that Jesus is divine and the only flesh embodiment of the being of the One True God.It summarizes some, dwells at length on others and differs in others.Muslims believe that Jesus was given the Injil (Greek evangel, or Gospel) from the Abrahamic God and that parts of these teachings were eventually lost or distorted (tahrif) to produce what is now the Hebrew Bible and the Christian New Testament.The Quran dates from the early 7th century, or decades thereafter.The Quran assumes familiarity with major narratives recounted in the Jewish and Christian scriptures.Muslims believe Jesus (Isa) to be a messenger of God, not the son of God.Christianity and Islam have different scriptures, with Christianity using the Bible and Islam using the Quran, though Muslims believe that both the Quran and the Christian Gospel, termed Injeel, were sent by God.He is referred to as "Allah" by Muslims and "God" by Christians. The basic creed of Islam is brief: “There is no God but Allah, and Muhammad is the Prophet of Allah”.