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Genealogy in Genesis September 15, 2010

Posted by daniel ayad in Biblical.
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The book of Genesis contains an extensive genealogy, so much so that after reading the book of Genesis its easy to get confused when attempting to remember the family lineages.

The genealogy presented here begins with Abraham and stops with the 12 sons of Jacob. It is not an exhaustive genealogy (for example Ishmael’s and Esau’s family are not included)  nor is it descriptive of the meaning of the names or the story behind them, but I hope it helps.

Click here: Genealogy in genesis for the mind map

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