The Bible has three versions, each containing many similarities to the other. Most similarities can be found between the Torah, or the Hebrew Bible (sacred to Judaism) and the New testament together with the old testament - better known as the Christian Biblical canon (sacred to Christianity). These holy books share many characters and stories, but this is also the case of the third book, The Qur'an.
Three Religions, Three Holy Books
The common origins of the three holy books are obvious and stand as a testimony to their shared roots. On this basis, we may find ways to bridge current differences and once again find a common ground between Christians, Muslims and Jews of all sects.
While the three holy books hold many similarities, each one is also very unique and geared towards its respective religion, making these books each one beautiful in its own way.