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    promised Noah that he and his family would not be destroyed with the evil people. “Build an Ark” God told Noah. “When he finished you and your sons and your wife and your son’s wives will go into the Ark,” God added. “You will live there until the flood is over.” God told him to bring one male and female of every kind of animal into the Ark and enough food for all the people and the animals. It is believed that Noah had Granddaughters. But if so then why did they not go into the Ark. From what I

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    Japheth Research Paper

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    “JAPHETH” Japheth was the second son of Noah and the ancestor of the Caucasian whites known as the Europeans. The sons of Japheth: Gomer, Magog, Madai, Javan, Tubal, Meshech, and Tiras. The sons of Gomer: Ashkenaz, Riphath, Togarmah. The son of Javan: Elishah, Tarshish, Kittim, and Dodanim. Of these divided in their lands, everyone after his tongue, after their families, in their nations. After the flood, God gave inheritance the descendants of Japheth. Such as lands, nations according to their families

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    This paper summarizes the ancestral immigartion of my primary paternal ancestors. The Thompson surname in itself traces its roots back to Reverend William Thompson (abt. 1598 to abt 1666). Within this paternal lineage are the surnames Willis, Meade, and Stevenson. Reverend William Thompson The exact lineage of Reverend Thompson has not clearly been established through primary sources and was only correlated when a series of 128 chromosone paternal DNA tests showed exact matches with two difinitively

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    enlarge Japheth” was accurately fulfilled in the history of the European nations that are descendants of Japheth In 331 BCE the Greek Alexander the Great, conquered Persia and extended his empire to India in the east and Egypt in the southwest. Alexander also spread the ideas of Aristotle and other classical Greeks throughout conquered lands, creating the Hellenistic Age. In 260 BCE Rome fought Punic Wars against Carthage – rise of Roman Empire and fall of Greece. “May God enlarge Japheth, and may

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    Genesis 1-11 Genealogy

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    This began the first split between good and evil. Likewise, the Bible gives those descendants from Cain and Seth, so future generations know their true lineage and who was responsible for God’s wrath in the great flood. After the flood Noah, Shem, Japheth, Ham, Canaan Ham’s son, and their wives were left to repopulate the world, but Canaan was cursed over something his father did to Noah. This resulted

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    “Who Was Ham?” Ham is the name of a person also two places in the Old Testament. According to the Table of Nations in the Bible Book of Genesis, Ham, was the son of Noah. Japheth also Shem were Ham’s siblings. He was the father of Cush, Miriam, Put, and Canaan. However, Naamah, sister of Tubal-Cain (Genesis 4:22). By Noah she emerged as a second wife to preserve Cain’s posterity, and she became the mother Ham (www.heavenawaits.wordpress.com). Despite the great Flood, Ham along with the

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    Slavery Dbq Essay

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    passage, he cursed Ham’s son, Canaan, and his descendants to be the slaves of his own brothers, Shem and Japheth (source C). Historians have debated about the story, in which some believed Ham or Canaan was of African descent, even though it was never mentioned (source C). Others supported the idea that Noah’s sons symbolized a continent’s residents; Ham personified Africa, Shem of Asia, and Japheth of Europe. Ham was also supposedly derived from the ancient Hebrew words that meant black, brown, or dark

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    there aren’t really any differences. In the movie it describes about his life and his three sons Shem, Ham, and Japheth. And in the bible it describes about his life and three sons. Most importantly, in the movie Noah as young boy he witnesses his father Lamech get killed by Tubal-Cain. And years later as a young man Noah is living with his wife Naameh, and three sons Shem, Ham, and Japheth. After witnessing a flower grow from the concrete and being haunted by dreams of a flood, Noah takes time to visit

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    Sabbath Roots. By Charles E Bradford. (Barre: Ministerial Association of the General Conference of Seventh-day Adventists, 1990. Pp. 234. Acknowledgements, foreword, introduction, overview, works cited. $14.95 paper) The purpose of the book “Sabbath Roots” is to show the tracings that led back to the seventh day being the sacred and holy day of rest in Africa. The book also dwells on the fact that Africa was an initial place of where Sabbath was founded. This book displays about many countries

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    The Book of Genesis opens the Hebrew Bible with the tale of creation. God, a soul floating over a vacant, watery void, makes the world by talking into the dimness and calling into being light, sky, land, vegetation, and living animals through the span of six days. Every day, he stops to articulate his works "good" (1:4). On the 6th day, God announces his aim to influence a being in his "to claim picture," and he makes mankind (1:26). He designs a man out of clean and structures a lady out of the

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