According to Ludlow (240), Abraham was the Founding Father of Faith in the world, and as such, all the three Abrahamic religions are drawn from him. Abraham was an Israelite born in the Ur of Chaldeans, in a family that worshiped idols (The Moon God). However, Abraham’s strong faith in God was a major turning point in his life, whereby he was made the ‘Father of Many Nations’ and the ‘Father of Faith’, with his generation transforming the religious faiths all over the world. Momen (12) further added that from the lineage of Abraham, three major religions were born, including Christianity, Islam and Judaism. Among them are Christianity, the largest religion globally by virtue of the over 3.5 billion Christians all over the world and Islam, which is the 2nd largest religion. However, Judaism is limited to the ‘Children of Israelites’ and as such, only make up a small fraction of the believers globally. Monge (9) noted that unlike the Islamic religion which has no factions, one solid religion, the Christianity religion has many different factions, including the Catholicism, the Protestants, the Pentecostal and the Orthodox Church in addition to the Levant Church, among many others.