monologue 15 Haniel/ Anael : I want to ask what is the religion of Abraham religion
Why is Urianism Abrahamic?
Saw this on my notices and re-read the question. Urianism is Abrahamic because Abraham is the root and source of the Jews/Judaism, the Bible... Without Abraham - no Bible, no Judaism, no Samaritanism, no Christianity, no Islam (no Koran), no Baha'i... no knowledge of the Hebrew/Jewish angels... no Urianism. We are UR-ian... Abraham was from the city of UR, but that's rather synchronistic, not intentional. Still, our ideals, our principles, reflect the Abrahamic ideals... indeed, more so in some respects, for as Abraham, so we seek, in the generations ahead, to manifest a literal nation of God, The Kingdom Come, unity of heaven and earth.
I am sorry to answer for Raethan... He is sleeping at the time of this answer (he's day person, and I tend to be night shift). I did tell him anyway, and he said he would answer tomorrow.
Abraham of the Bible (Old Testament/Hebrew scriptures) leaves the city of Ur, in Chaldea (Sumeria/Mesopotamia) told by his god, The God, or his God (we believe was called Anu and EL) to go forth with his household into the wilderness of Arabia in search of his own homeland, given the promise that he would become the father of nations (from his seed will come multitudes).
In this sense he is the source of Israel/Judaism, though the Judaism (Jewish religion) of Abraham is very different from the later Jewish religion of Moses. The Hibiru were a warlike, mercenary tribe of nomads that wandered the Near East, eventually migrating into Egypt... when they emerged years later (centuries) they numbered, it is estimated, around 2 million people. This period or event is called The Exodus, the Story of Moses leading the Israelites out of bondage, across the Sinai desert, with arguments about where the historical Mount Sinai is, where he received the ten-commandments from The Lord, etc... etc.
In some views, the line of Abraham is also the root of the line of Ishmael, who is the symbolic (or literal) father of various middle eastern tribes (thus the Arabian peoples), and in the Quran is given greater honor than Isaac, his brother, part of the root of Israel (Judaism/Jewish People).
Urianism accepts, at least symbolically, that Abraham is therefore the root of both Judaism and Islam, for both monotheisms claim Abraham as their own, as does Samaritanism, and even, in a round about way, Christianity. As Christianity is rooted in and comes from Judaism (Jesus/Yeshua was a Jewish mystic-preacher and miracle worker after all, and was probably associated with the Jewish sect called The Essenes), thus you could say that Christianity is also an Abrahamic religion... without Judaism, without Abraham therefore, there would have been no Jesus, no Christianity, and indeed, no Islam either.
Most of the moral principles of traditional western civilization (as well the near-east), are rooted in the Biblical ideals -- the belief in one supreme God, that all other gods are demons or inferior beings, comes first from Zoroastrianism and Atenism, but more specifically, more exclusively, more focused in Jewish teachings. There is some question however, as to whether Abraham himsef was a Monotheist -- or just chose to worship one among many, over the many, or the highest/first God (Most High) over the other deities within the Mesopotamian/Canaanite family of deities.
Urianism would not exist and arises upon the basic Jewish, Zoroastrian, Islamic, and many Christian ideas and beliefs, its archangel is of the same family and spiritual nation and theological roots. So, without Abraham there would be no Judaism, Islam, Christianity, Samaritanism, Bahai, or Urianism. Zoroastrianism and Sikhism are their own, and cannot legitimately be called Abrahamic, though there seems some inspiration involved from Zoroastrianism, and reflected into Sikhism from Islamic ideas.
In short note, Abraham is concerned to be the father of all religion right
No. Just Judaism, and from Judaism, Samaritanism, Christianity and Islam, and from these, Baha'i. Urianism is Abrahamic, because it is born from the Biblical influences.
There are hundreds, maybe thousands of 'religions' from ancient times till now. Religion is just a set teaching, usually given by a teacher, a visionary, a mystic, or prophet -- and that teaching becomes the basis for a group of people to unite around, in a commonly held set of ideas and beliefs. Religion can even be a political ideology, that is held to be a truth and goal and purpose for life.