Abrahamic religions

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According to the Tanakh/Old Testament, God gave Abraham a loyalty test: sacrifice your only son. An angel stops it at the last second. God was so impressed he formed a covenant with Abraham and his descendants.

Abrahamic religions (also Abrahamism) are the religions founded mainly in the Middle East by the partarch, Abraham. The major Abrahamic religions include the Baha'i faith, Christianity, Islam and Judaism. Some smaller religious movements such as Rastafarianism are also considered Abrahamic religions.