Abrahamic


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A·bra·ham·ic

 (ā′brə-hăm′ĭk)
adj.
Of or relating to any of the faiths traditionally held to descend from the biblical patriarch Abraham, especially Judaism, Christianity, and Islam.
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Amongst so many gods Michael felt bewildered, while Steward's Abrahamic bosom became more than ever the one sure haven where harshness and danger never troubled.
The Eco Community Fun Day is a collaboration organised by EcoSikh, Guru Nanak Gurdwara Smethwick, the Abrahamic Foundation and Holy Trinity Church.
Institutions of all three of these Abrahamic faiths have now been the subject of terror.
All three Abrahamic religions preach peace, humanity and tolerance.
Ibrahim Hasan thanked Sheikh Abdullah Awad Al Juhany for representing Muslims across the globe, as adherents of Abrahamic traditions.
According to local media reports, a group of settlers was seen planting the explosive devices at the entrance of the Abrahamic School in Hebron during daytime while kids were in the classrooms.
Scholars of religion in general or of one of the Abrahamic religions in particular explore rationalization.
How great it would be if this harmony included everyone, not only in spiritual words or through the Abrahamic system so as not to fall into the taboo classification and exclusion of humanity in general.
Three supremely significant outcomes of the visit and the signing of the Abu Dhabi Declaration -- the Zayed International Fund for Coexistence, The Abrahamic Family House to be built on Saadiyat Island in Abu Dhabi and the building of a Church of Saint Francis and Mosque of Grand Imam Ahmad Al Tayyeb -- point the way forward for humanity.
The charity Abrahamic Reunion England has used the opportunity to showcase the product range in its international Peace Gifts Shop - which can be found at www.peacegifts.shop.
The first is the Sultan Qaboos bin Said Chair for Modern Arabic Studies, established in 2005, and the second is the Chair for the Abrahamic Religions and Common Values, established in 2011.
The invitation comes in recognition of the contributions of His Majesty Sultan Qaboos bin Said in developing human knowledge through contribution in establishing two scientific chairs at the University of Cambridge, namely "His Majesty Sultan Qaboos Chair for Contemporary Arabic Language, 2005" and "Sultan Qaboos chair for Abrahamic Religions and Common Values, 2011".