I suppose I am getting an answer from you, just not as completely straight forward I had hoped. I appreciate the thought process, I do, but it is in fact rooted in the same biblical god, just differs in the conceptions we were speaking of earlier.<quoted text>Again, the logic is wrong. If you say it's the same God, you are throwing out the 'only' way doctrine, and believers can't go for that. The point to emphasize is that all 3 religions preach love and peace. Again, the golden rule.
Basically, what I am getting from you is that you cannot even bring yourself to say it is based upon the different teachings and the different conceptions one gets about god from those teachings from the named prophet (or divine prophet).
Point being, in my opinion, humankind will never achieve peace over this issue and will probably blow each other up and the world over this idea of what and who god really is.
As Hurley stated before wondering where my atheism comes from, this is one of the many reasons. It does not come from hatred or being confused, it comes from the golden rule they all are preaching, but not following in the end. It comes from actually loving my fellow human being and not being willing to think that this one god rooted in all three religions could favor any one doctrine.