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From academic experts in the field of comparative religion to countless clerics involved in interfaith work, labeling Judaism, Christianity and Islam as Abrahamic underscores what they supposedly have in common: a singular God, similar scriptural traditions and, most to the point, a common patriarch in faith.
But Israel's creation story stood out in assigning the starring role to a singular God who alone takes charge over chaos and shapes it into order and purpose.
For, Breckman contends, the opposition of the personalists, who read sovereignty as a singular disposition of will on par with that of a singular God, drives the leftist Hegelians to a rejection of the individual as the site of social reality, while at the same time forcing them toward a substitution of an equally unified, if universal and worldly, "subject" to take up the dispensation of political reality.