Abraham is a very important Character in Bible tales.
Galatians 3:16 God gave the promises to Abraham and his child. And notice that the Scripture doesn't say "to his children," as if it meant many descendants.
Romans 4:1 So what can we say about Abraham, the father of our people? What did he learn about faith? 2 If Abraham was made right by the things he did, he had a reason to boast about himself. But God knew different.3 That’s why the Scriptures say, “Abraham believed God, and because of this he was accepted as one who is right with God.”
Abraham is an outsider who migrated from present Iraq.
Genesis 15:7He said to Abram, “I am the Lord who led you from Ur of Chaldea. I did this so that I could give you this land. You will own this land.”
CHALDEA is in Iraq, but the
name came only in 9th Century BCE, more than 1300 years
later than Abraham and 600
years later than Moses as
shown by Archaeologist
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chaldea & http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ur_of_the_Chaldees
How much facts in these Tales- Let us Analyse
Abraham - Sarah tales
Lord asks Abraham to come to Canaan, but Famines flees Egypt
Genesis 12:10 10 During this time there was not enough food in the land, so Abram went down to Egypt to live. 11 Just before they arrived in Egypt, Abram told Sarai, “Look, I know that you are a very beautiful woman. 12 When the Egyptian men see you, they will say, ‘This woman is his wife.’ Then they will kill me and keep you alive because they want you. 13 So tell them that you are my sister. Then they will be good to me because of you. In this way you will save my life.”
Same Tale repeated when Sarah was 90 years
Genesis 20:1 Abraham left that place and traveled to the Negev. He settled in the city of Gerar, between Kadesh and Shur. While in Gerar, 2 Abraham told people that Sarah was his sister. King Abimelech of Gerar heard this. Abimelech wanted Sarah, so he sent some servants to take her.
Gerar King Abimelch again does the same thing with ISSAC & WIFE.
Genesis 26:1Now there was a famine.Isaac went to the town of Gerar, to King Abimelech of the Philistines.
6 So Isaac settled in Gerar. 7 His wife Rebekah was very beautiful. The men of that place asked Isaac about Rebekah. He said, “She is my sister.” He was afraid to tell them Rebekah was his wife. He was afraid the men would kill him so that they could have her. 8... Abimelech looked out of his window and saw Isaac and his wife enjoying one another. 9 Abimelech called for Isaac and said, “This woman is your wife. Why did you tell us that she was your sister?” Isaac said to him, “I was afraid that you would kill me so that you could have her.”
Genesis 24:28 Then Rebekah ran and told her family about all these things. 29-30 She had a brother named Laban. She told him what the man had said to her. Laban was listening to her. And when he saw the ring and the bracelets on his sister’s arms, he ran out to the well. There the man was, standing by the camels at the well.31 Laban said, “Sir, you are welcome to come in You don’t have to stand outside here. I have prepared a room for you to sleep in and a place for your camels.” 32 So Abraham’s servant went into the house. Laban unloaded his camels and gave them straw and feed. Then he gave Abraham’s servant water so that he and the men with him could wash their feet.
Domestication of Camel took place much later than Abraham days; but when it Camel became so common - so that People can
breen in Homes?
Camel bones start appear in 9th century, but when it became so common to breed in HOMES, it is only 200 years before JESUS.
The mention of the dromedary in Exodus 9:3 also suggests a later date of composition – the widespread domestication of the camel as a herd animal is thought not to have taken place before the late 2nd millennium, after the Israelites had already emerged in Canaan, and they did not become widespread in Egypt until c. 200–100 BCE.
The TALES SAY Abraham was given land from Nile to Euphrates - not a Single day in 4000 years HEBREWS Controlled that much land
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