What is the difference between a church, a mosque, and a temple?


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Charles Davis Profile
Charles Davis answered

Not a whole lot of difference, mainly the religion you belong to.

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Ray Dart
Ray Dart commented
One fundamental difference between a mosque and the other "buildings" (cheerfully ignoring all the other definitions of "temple") is the lack of statuary and decoration (usually) in mosques. Pretty on the outside, functional on the inside.
Charles Davis
Charles Davis commented
Very true, Muslims are very strict on imagery, for their worship. Where as churches seem to use a lot of it, especially orthodox/catholic ones..
Woof Woofy Profile
Woof Woofy answered

Nothing, all of them are just worship places of different religions with different names..

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