The Ninian Smart’s Dimensions help us better understand the similarities between the different faiths and how they connect. The first dimension is the Doctrinal Dimension which is the dimension of the creeds, central beliefs, and nature of the divine. The creeds between the Abrahamic faiths are similar because they all relate to God. What makes the creed even more similar is that all the Abrahamic faiths believe in the same God which is a major central belief that is shared between all. In all 3 Abrahamic faiths, God, which is the same in all, is considered merciful and righteous as he is the one in power over all. The belief that God is merciful is not only restricted to the Abrahamic faiths but is also shared with Indigenous spirituality as they believe that God has mercy for them so protecting nature is like having mercy on nature to repay God for his mercy on them. Mercy is taken further in the 3 Abrahamic faiths as they all believe that God is merciful because he is the one who judges in the afterlife. His mercy is shown through his acts of looking back towards those who have fallen astray or have followed the wrong path. He also forgives us of the many sins we have committed. The next dimension is the Mythological dimension, which is about the sacred texts, creation stories, stories of Abraham, Jesus, and Mohammed. All 4 of the faiths have sacred texts or sacred like texts. The Indigenous spirituality has the Medicine Wheel, Judaism has the Tanakh, Christianity has the Bible (New Testament and Old Testament), Islam has the Qur’an. The Medicine wheel of the Indigenous faith is not necessarily a scripture, but it acts as a scripture in their faith and is what they should live by like how the Jews live by the Tanakh, Christians living by the Bible, and the Muslims living by the Qur’an. Scripture is important in all these faiths because it is the message for them by God which they are meant to live by and rules that they should follow. Creation stories are similar between all except some differences in the Indigenous spirituality. In the Indigenous spirituality, the creation story does not talk about any form of end to humanity. However, in all 3 Abrahamic faiths, the creation story does talk about the birth and end of humans. There are still many similarities between the creation stories like the creation of humans, animals, day and night, and the creation of the Earth. The stories of Abraham are the same in all the Abrahamic faiths and all 3 of the faiths believe in Abraham fully. The belief of Jesus is different among all 3 Abrahamic faiths as they all have different perspectives on him. The Jews believe that Jesus was a false prophet, had a normal birth, and had a normal death. The Christians believe that Jesus was an incarnate of God, 100% human and 100% divine, born by virgin Mary, death through crucifixion then came back to Earth to spread the Holy Spirit. The Muslims believed that Jesus was just a prophet, born from virgin Mary, and was brought to heaven before his death and will come back one day to Earth. These beliefs are different as they all have different perspectives. Mohammed is not considered a prophet in Judaism nor Christianity but is in Islam as Islam built off Christianity.