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In explaining him, some Yezidis likened him to Lucifer, whom the main Abrahamic traditions regard as the devil.
The Yezidi religion predates Islam and Christianity, but incorporates certain components of Abrahamic faith.
In fact the Abrahamic sacrifice had nothing to do with the physical act of blood-letting.
Paul makes it clear enough that it takes more than an Abrahamic pedigree to be a child of God.Commentary on the Epistle to the Galatians|Martin Luther
Mrs. Ford, when you came in, we were talking about baptizing children, and about the 'Abrahamic covenant.'
Mr. B. I like that; but there is so much to study and learn about the "Abrahamic covenant," that I feel a little discouraged.
Though they were of Abrahamic lineage in the flesh, they were no heirs of Abraham in spirit or works.Jesus the Christ|James Edward Talmage
There are no grounds for any arbitrary distinction between the “pre-historic” pre-Abrahamic age and the later age.