The Abrahamic religions are monotheistic and originated in Abraham (which was a biblical character referred to in the Book of Genesis) or were conceptualized in traditions identified with him. Chronologically, the three Abrahamic religions are: Judaism, Christianity and Islam, which make up the three major religious currents in the world.

In common, these beliefs have faith in a single God, the relationship between their religious texts. However, each religion has a sacred book and its prayers are made differently and for a different God.

So the answers to this question:

Their religious texts are related.

They all believe that God will judge the person’s soul.