The review examines semantic measurements of Christian and Islamic sermons, relying on the Communicative Model complex hypothesis as scientific system, despite the fact that bits of knowledge from pragmatics and talk (discrete fields of information) give the review lighting up headings. The discoveries include: religious sermons pass on holy messages; Christian and Islamic sermons are passed on with comparable expressive gadgets.
the significant regions of disparity in the sermons of both religions is that they utilize diverse classifications and relevant structures.Religion is a social framework that manages man’s presence. This paper researches the complex elements of Christian and Islamic sermons. The review produces 20 information from three sermons: Pastor W.F. Kumuyi’s sermon.
‘The Rewardable Commitment of a Focused Life’, Bishop David Oyedepo’s sermon, ‘The Spirit of Meekness’ and Prophet Muhammed’s sermon, ‘The Last Sermon’. In both religions, sermons serve as a method for instructing the teachings of God either in composed or talked talk. Christian sermons are essentially conveyed in houses of worship, albeit other open spots are at times utilized for this reason.
Islamic sermons are conveyed in the mosque if there should arise an occurrence of Jumu’at (Friday) religious administration, and on a supplicating ground if there should be an occurrence of the yearly customs: (idul-fitri celebration petition that remembers the finish of Ramadhan fasting) and idul-adha or idul-Kabir (celebration of the relinquish).