- Main article: Genealogies of Genesis
The book of Genesis records the descendants of Adam and Eve. The enumerated genealogy in chapters 4, 5 and 11 reports the lineal male descent to Abraham, including the age at which each patriarch fathered his named son and the number of years he lived thereafter. The genealogy for Cain is given in Chapter 4 and the genealogy for Seth is in Chapter 5. The genealogy in chapter 10 recording the male descendants of Noah is known as the Table of Nations.
Table of NationsEdit
- Main article: Sons of Noah
Within the book of Genesis, the Table of Nations is an extensive list of descendants of Noah appearing within the Torah at Genesis 10, representing an ethnology from an Iron Age Levantine perspective and its reflections in the medieval and modern history and genealogy researches.
Genealogy of JesusEdit
- Main article: Genealogy of Jesus
The genealogy of Jesus through either one or both of his earthly parents (Mary and Joseph) is given by two passages from the Gospels, Matthew 1:2–16 and Luke 3:23–38. Both of them trace Christ's line back to King David and from there on to Abraham; Luke traces the line all the way back to Adam. These lists are identical between Abraham and David, but they differ radically from that point onward.
Family tree of AdamEdit
Family tree of AbrahamEdit
- Biblical Genealogies - "God" is All Knowing: Evolution and Big Bang Atheism
- Genealogy of each person in the Bible at Complete-Bible-Genealogy.com
- 12px "Genealogy (in the Bible)". Catholic Encyclopedia. New York: Robert Appleton Company. 1913.
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