Paganism is called "European religion" because it's the religion of Europe - not the religion of the Middle East/Mediterranean, which is (corrupt) Catholicised "Christianity", Islam, Judaism etc. Zoroastrianism is a "pagan" Monotheistic faith. Many forms of Hinduism are monotheistic; but they aren't Abrahamic. Abrahamists (Jews, Christians, Muslims etc.) were neither the first to come up with the "single God" idea, nor were they the best/most theologically robust with it: actually, all of the Abrahamic tradition is devolution from Zoroastrianism. Not only the strictures (the ones that make sense), but even the myths - e.g. Garden of Eden, Good Spirit (God) vs. Evil Spirit (Devil), come from Zoroastrianism. Zoroastrianism was a cousin faith to that practised in Europe for thousands of years (yes, Europe was exclusively "monotheist" [or "monist", to be more precise], before the influence of Middle Eastern cults through Mediterranean trade networks c. 1,200 BC onwards - look at influence of Mediterranean Bronze Age on Hallstatt/La Tène "Celts", also Roman misappropriation of "divinity" to what were clearly held to be ancestral figures by Iron Age Europeans). Your idea of Islam is, of course, heavily influenced by the propaganda you've been fed since however long - if you look into historical strains of Islam, especially those which bequeathed to the West most of our ancient ("Pagan") knowledge - such as actually paved the way for "modern civilisation" (which is a very, very harmful thing, as civilisation has always been), you'll recognise that Islam and authentic Christianity are very closely tied. This is because, as above, they're all derivatives of Zoroastrianism. Judaism is the most different, because their tradition was intentionally corrupted during the early Roman Empire (conquest of Judea etc.). "Including" clearly means "as well as" - Asian religions include Taoism, Buddhism, Confucianism (if that can be called a religion), Shinto, Bön, Tengri, and many others. Christianity and Islam are clearly not "Asian religions" because they stem from the Middle East - they're Middle Eastern religions. Christianity is a pantheistic religion - God, being the source and substance of all, is necessarily present in/as all things. What else, other than God could God have made the world out of? The entire universe is God. This is standard Christian doctrine. You clearly have very little education in the theological precepts of your own faith... Atheism and pantheism cannot possibly be related - there's a huge gulf between "the divine is present in all things" and "there is no divinity at all". Atheism might be said to stem from Deism, in a way, due to the suggestion that God is a "non-actor" in worldly affairs; therefore, why believe in him at all (I suppose - though I disagree entirely). Sources: I've studied world religions at university level (which is a crap way to understand them); more importantly, I've personally invested myself in the deeper strains of Christianity, Islam, Paganism, Hinduism, Buddhism, Taoism, and to a lesser extent, the animist/pantheist traditions of various indigenous groups from the Americas through Africa to Asia and Australasia, for some 16 years. I have met and spoken with representatives of all of these faiths, including numerous denominations therein.