The term Judeo-Christian has been criticized.
Some Jewish and Christian theologians question the appropriateness of the term and suggest that it is essentially an invention of American politics. It has been suggested that the term obscures the differences between the two religions.
Another reason is that it erases the continuities between these religions and other monotheistic faiths like Muslim faiths. It has been suggested that the term Judeo-Muslim to describe the middle-east culture against western Christian culture would be more appropriate in today’s time. Others refer to a Judeo-Christian-Muslim concept that refers to the three monotheistic religions that root to the Babylonian civilization, commonly known as Abrahamic Religions.