Abrahamism

Religious Naturalist
Religious naturalism combines a naturalist worldview with ideals, perceptions, traditions, and values that have been or are currently associated with many religions or religious institutions. The term "religious" in this context is construed in general terms, separate from the traditions, customs, or beliefs of any one of the established religions. Areas of inquiry include attempts to understand the natural world and the spiritual and moral implications of naturalist views. Understanding is based on knowledge obtained through scientific inquiry and insights from the humanities and the arts. Religious naturalists use these perspectives when they respond to personal and social challenges (e.g. finding purpose, seeking justice, coming to terms with mortality) and in relation to the natural world ... Believers in a supernatural entity (transcendent) are by definition not religious naturalists; Wikipedia