I'm a little tired of using "the three monotheisms" or "the monotheistic religions" or whatever to refer to Judaism, Mahometanism and Xtianity. For one thing those phrases are too long to repeat over and over in a single essay. For another these are just three offshoots of a single religion. So I hereby coin the term "maxjuism" to refer to those three religions. A maxju is an adherent of one of those three religions. And if something like a doctrine pertains to those three religions in common, it is maxjuistic. Non-maxjuistic monotheisms like zoroastrianism and the apparent monotheism founded by that Egyptian pharoah fellow are not covered by this term.