The religion known as Judaism (after the main Hebrew prophet Moses) is the religion of the Hebrew people. The precepts of Judaism led to the monotheistic religions of Christianity and Islam. Judaism was founded in 2000 BC by Abraham, Isaac and Jacob and has over 18 million followers. Judaism adopted the belief in one God who is the creator of the universe and the one who leads His chosen people, the Jews, with the help of the prophets, with whom He speaks. Judaism is one of the oldest monotheistic religions surviving for more than 3000 years. A Jewish priest makes around $55,000 per year.