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    1. Abraham: The Father of the World’s 3 Monotheistic Religions BCR

    2. Prompt • Description: Abraham is considered to be the father (where it began) of the three monotheistic religions [Judaism, Christianity, and Islam] of the world. Write a Brief Constructed Response (BCR) to explain how this is possible.

    3. Important Information • Details: Include the following details in your response: • Abraham had two sons. What were the names of the mothers and their sons? • Who were the descendants of Abraham’s two sons? • What are the names of the three (3) religions that came from the descendants of Abraham’s sons? • Who was the founder of Christianity and Islam and from what ethnic group did each person originate?

    4. Description (Prompt): Abraham is considered to be the father (where it began) of the three monotheistic religions [Judaism, Christianity, and Islam] of the world. Write a Brief Constructed Response (BCR) to explain how this is possible. • Details:Include the following details in your response: • Abraham had two sons. What were the names of the mothers and their sons? • Who were the descendants of Abraham’s two sons? • What are the names of the three (3) religions that came from the descendants of Abraham’s sons? • Who was the founder of Christianity and Islam and from what ethnic group did each person originate?

    5. I. Introduction • Abraham is considered to be the father of the three monotheistic religions of the world

    6. Supporting Details • Abraham had two sons, one with Haggar and one with Sarah. Haggar, the servant of Sarah, had a son named Ishmael. Sarah, Abraham’s wife, had a son named Isaac. Ishmael’s descendants were the Arabs and Isaac’s descendants were the Jewish people. • There were three religions that came from the descendants of Abraham. From Ishmael’s descendants came Islam and from Isaac’s descendants came both Judaism and Christianity. • The founder of Christianity was Jesus, of Jewish descent, and the founder of Islam was Muhammad who was an Arab.

    7. III. Conclusion or Summary • In conclusion (or in summary), Abraham is considered to be the father of the world’s three monotheistic religions because each religion began with one of his descendants.

    8. Final Product • Abraham is considered to be the father of the three monotheistic religions of the world. • Abraham had two sons, one with Haggar and one with Sarah. Haggar’s son was named Ishmael and Sarah’s son was named Isaac. Ishmael’s descendants were the Arabs and Isaac’s descendants were the Jewish people. There were three religions that came from the descendants of Abraham. From Ishmael’s descendants came Islam and from Isaac’s descendants came both Judaism and Christianity. The founder of Christianity was Jesus and the founder of Islam was Muhammad. • In conclusion (or in summary), Abraham is considered to be the father of the world’s three monotheistic religions because each religion began with one of his descendants.