Taliaferro and Marty (22) noted that Christianity is considered an Abrahamic religion because its founder, Jesus Christ, traces His roots to Father Abraham, the Father of Faith. The reason for this assertion is that the human father of Jesus Christ, Joseph, descended from the long lineage of Abraham. Even though Joseph was not the biological father of Jesus Christ, he is considered his Father because he raised Him after his wife Mary, got pregnant with the Holy Spirit. Behr (19) supported the above claims, stating that Joseph’s genealogy was traceable back to Isaac, the second son of Abraham, the Father of Faith. As such, it is in this respect that Christianity qualifies as an Abrahamic Religion given that the Founder of Christianity, Jesus Christ, was born from the lineage of the Father of Faith, Abraham, through his son, Isaac.