Abrahamic religion

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The basic structure of the Abrahamic religions, aka the Judeo-Christian-Islamic pantheon[1], which is a god-to-prophet monotheistic rescript of the Egyptian pantheon, the Egyptian gods shown in yellow.[2]

In religions, Abrahamic religion (LH:1) is a belief system rooted in the character Abraham, aka the god character rescript of Ra, the Egyptian sun god, defined as a central patriarch or prophet.[3]

Overview

Presently, there are four active types of Abrahamic religion or faiths, namely: Christianity (33%), Islam (20%), Judaism (0.2%), Bahaism (0.1%), and Mandaeism (0.001%) respectively, ordered per global adherence dominance.

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References

  1. Judeo-Christian-Islamic Pantheon – Hmolpedia 2020.
  2. Egyptian Pantheon – r/ReligioMythology.
  3. Table of prophets of Abrahamic religions – Wikipedia.
  4. Abraham and Brahma – Hmolpedia 2020.

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