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2020 Vol. 6: Nov/Dec
The expression “Abrahamic Religions” has become widely accepted in academic and popular conversations as a cover term for a genetically connected “family” of three religions—Judaism, Christianity, and Islam. In Religious Studies departments on campuses across the Western world,
the term has become the standard way to refer to the three monotheistic religions, in contrast, for example, to Indian religions or East Asian religions.
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