Three 1 pages CRQ papers, each separate. One on Islam, one on Christianity, one on Judaism. CRQs are formal papers and should not be composed of personal information or unsupported opinion. The CRQs should contain a clear thesis statement which is supported by textual evidence from the book : Esposito, John L., Darrell Fasching, and Todd T. Lewis.World Religions Today,6thedition.Oxford University Press, 2002. each CRQ should remain to a page, focusing on clarity and precision of thought. CRQ is meant to critically reflect on a single concept, issue, or question of Islam, Christianity, Judaism.