How did the religion of Abraham break into the three Abrahamic religions of today?
According to the bible, from what i remember, there was two
brothers who fought and then one's son also fought and the
separated each taking their own religion.
there are 3 abrahamic religions and you said 2 sons so that
doesnt really answer the question but the reason we have 3
abrahamic beliefs is because the abrahamic belief is monotheism and
all 3 are truly monotheistic and all 3 believe in the prophets and
1 god they just differ from there
Allow me to refresh your memory (first answerer above).
Abraham was the founder of monotheism as it has taken root since
his time and thanks to his efforts.
Abraham's two sons Isaac and Ishmael (see Genesis ch.17 and 21)
carried on after him (the other six sons, in Genesis ch.25, were
relegated to a lesser role [ibid.] and founded no distinct
Isaac continued with Abraham's teachings, while Ishmael went on
to father the Arab nations, who later received Islam from
Isaac had two sons (they were the ones whom you mentioned as
fighting. Genesis ch.25). They were given the names Jacob and
Jacob, who received also the name of Israel (Genesis ch.35), was
the father of the Israelite tribes (Genesis ch.29-30), from whom
the Jewish people are descended.
Esau settled in the land of Edom (Genesis ch.35). Later, some of
his descendants resettled in Italy (Rashi commentary, Genesis
ch.27) and became the ancestors of the patrician class in Rome, who
accepted Christianity in the time of Constantine. Christianity had
been founded by Jesus, whose disciples taught their pagan converts
to reject idolatry and accept belief in God, which is an Abrahamic