I enjoy researching my family genealogy through documents, photographs, web sites, and family stories.
I think it's so neat to see where our relatives came from, what ship they traveled on to come to America, and who served in the early years of defense.
Have you thought about all those relatives that came before the dates research allows us to study? Like who were Adam and Eve's children? My mom told her three children that when it comes time to name our babies, to get their names from the Bible. Good advice. I picked Elizabeth and Hannah for my girl's names.
The Biblical Genealogy Chart begins with Adam and ends with Jesus. 1900 A.D. through 100 B.C.
That's a lot of names to choose from for your babies!
A few Features of The Biblical Genealogy Chart:
- The chart is printed on Astroparch Sand Paper.
- Size 11x17 inches and is suitable for framing or laminating.
- Timeline is Adam through Jesus.
- Books of the Bible listing.
- Dating Before Christ to Anno Domini (B.C to A.D).
- Information and stories on the margins.
- Giftable to family, friends, Clergy, Students, Weddings, Birth of Baby, New home, New Job, and all occasions.
- Hop to it for Easter gift giving.
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Did you ever make a family tree, you know the kind with a tree drawn on a piece of paper that you fill in your name and put in the names of your parent, their parents, their parents, as far back as your teacher instructed you to complete? If my children were still young and we were in the home school mode due to schools being closed at present, I surly would be having a lesson on Bible genealogy with this lovely chart.
The chart is great reference and great conversation topic for family and visitors in your home. Keep a few charts on hand when company comes to visit and you can present them with their own Biblical Genealogy Chart.
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Disclosure: I received The Biblical Genealogy Chart of my own for this post. The comments and views are my own.