An Abrahamic religion is a monotheistic religion (belief set) whose followers believe that the Hebrew patriarch Abraham and his descendants hold an important role in human spiritual development. The best known Abrahamic religions are Judaism, Christianity, and Islam. … They can all be traced back to belief in Yahew , and the concept of a male creator deity.

These religious sects hold a common ideology about the creation of the universe, the role of god as an active participant in the lives of his followers and the central force behind their daily lives. They believe in a male creator, an afterlife and the concept of sin. Abrahamic religions have been divided along the lines of leadership and are often in  conflict with other similar belief systems.

The Abrahamic belief system has very strong ties to the alien Grigori invasion. Abraham himself was influence by the Grigori Alzeus Unthar who made him a leader among his people. He influenced their beliefs to better accept Grigori control of Earth’s populace.