The Abrahamic Faith
As Abraham lay on his deathbed, he was surrounded by his
sons Isaac and Ishmael-who, despite seventy-five years of conflict and
separation, were at last brought together on that day.
This moment between his family
was one that mirrors the true unification between three religions
that flow from the same river.
Abraham, considered the father of religion,
was the first to guide the world in believing in a higher power.
It was his belief and faith that served as a root to the tree
that Judaism, Christianity, and Islam sprouted upon.
These three religions follow a common belief in one God,
and in submission to Him.
Despite their deeply shared values,
the world has grown to create divisions between them.
Other books by this author:
Angels Are Crying (2015)