I believe in it all, and if you read the next verse it says that a creed of Abraham was to submit to Allah, no-one or nothing else. Monotheism is the most repeated creed of Abraham in the Quran.
2:130 Who would forsake the Creed of Abraham except he who ridicules his own ‘self’? We chose him in this world, and in the Hereafter he will be in the ranks of those who attained self-actualization. [Leader 2:124. Saaliheen = The righteous ones = Those who have attained self-actualization = Perfected their personalities = Maximized their human potential = Who set things right = Help others = Create balance in the society = Fulfill others’ needs. 16:120-122]
2:131 When his Lord said to him, “Submit!” He said, “I submit to the Lord of the Universe.”
2:132 This very legacy Abraham left to his children, and so did Jacob, saying, “O My children! Indeed, God has chosen for you the Way of Life. Therefore, let not death overtake you except that you are Muslimoon” [Muslims = Submitters to God alone = Guardians of peace. 2:236, 22:78. ‘Deen’ = The Divinely Prescribed System of Life = Al-Islam = The Way of Life. Religion (Mazhab) is a generic term signifying a creed involving certain rites and rituals and seeking individual salvation. Islam being a Collective System of Life is, in fact, a challenge to religion]
I am still waiting for the complete instructions for the namaz physical prayer ritual in a verse that was given to Abraham or the last Messenger to prove to me that a creed of Abraham is a physical prayer ritual.