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    Abraham (originally Abram) is the common Hebrew patriarch of the Abrahamic religions, including Judaism, Christianity, and Islam.

  2. 3 days ago · Abraham. Hebrew patriarch. Cite. External Websites. Also known as: Abram, Avraham, Avram, Ibrāhīm. Written by. André Parrot. Archaeologist. Director of the Louvre, Paris, 1968–72. Member of the Institute of France. Author of Abraham and His Times and others. André Parrot. Fact-checked by. The Editors of Encyclopaedia Britannica.

  3. Abraham is one of the most blessed people in the Bible. Although Scripture is not a comprehensive history of humans it does, however, chronicle the relationship of one man and his descendants with the Creator of the Universe. Ultimately, it is a record of how God has and will bless mankind through the life of the next person in our timeline.

  4. The First Patriarch in the Bible. By Menachem Posner. Art by Sefira Lightstone. As recorded in the Bible, Abraham (or Avraham, אברהם) the Hebrew was guided by G‑d to the Holy Land, where he was chosen to be the progenitor of the Jewish nation.

  5. ABRAHAM ā brə’ hăm ( אַבְרָהָ֤ם ). The primary source of Abraham is the narrative account given in Genesis 11:26-25:18. Significant is the fact that throughout the rest of the OT he is mentioned by name more than forty times. The number of references by NT writers exceeds seventy.

  6. Abraham – whose name means the Father of Many Nations – establishes the nation of Israe... The life of the founding patriarch like you've never seen him before.

  7. Abraham, (flourished early 2nd millennium bc ), First of the Hebrew patriarchs, revered by Judaism, Christianity, and Islam. Genesis tells how Abraham, at 75, left Ur with his barren wife, Sarai (later Sarah), and others to found a new nation in Canaan.

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