Judaism, out of which came Christianity. Christianity accepts the Jewish Bible (calls it the Old Testament) and states that Christ is the fulfillment of the Old Testament; the one that the Old Testament was pointing to.
Islam began some 500+ years after Christianity. It makes some references to some people from the Bible, but is not really consistent with either the Old or New Testaments; though it claims to be connected to this same tradition and faith, there are some heavy differences-- not just in theology, but in basic, fundamental details. (It rejects the idea that Christ died on the cross, or is divine. It seems to replace Abraham's near-sacrifice of Isaac with it being of Ishmael instead. It claims no historic or documentary basis for these amendments; simply Muhammad's (supposedly inspired) thoughts on the matter.
Of the three Abrahamic faiths, then, they came in the order you listed them-- Judaism, Christianity, then Islam-- though you will find a greater continuity, by far and away, between Christianity and Judaism.
Judaism started about 5000BC. Followed by Christianity about 70ad. Althoug technically it started at 1 ad. Islam started around 400 ad. Mormonism Started 1830 ad. Making it the best religion with Christ in it.