The Bible does not give the name of Noah's wife, but in Jewish tradition, her name is Naamah. In Greek tradition, her name is Doris.Know More
In the flood story of Genesis, she is referred to only as "Noah's wife." "Naamah" from Jewish tradition is the sister of Tubal-cain (descendant of Cain) and the daughter of Lamech and Zillah. Her name means "the pleasant one" or "the beautiful one" and is thought to reflect how Cainites (Gnostics who venerated Cain) chose wives based on looks instead of character.
In the Book of Jubilees, she is called Emzara, daughter of Rake'el (son of Methuselah).
The ancient Greeks called her Doris, and Noah was called Nereus.Learn more about The Bible
The names of the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse are not actually given in the Bible, except for the last one, whose name is Death. Biblical scholars have given the other riders the names Christ (or Anti-Christ), War and Famine.Full Answer >
In the Christian Holy Bible, it is not known who wrote the Book of Proverbs, though it is thought that Solomon, whom the Bible attributes as the author of some of the proverbs in the Book of Proverbs, might have written a few of the proverbs. The rest of the proverbs would have most likely been spoken by Solomon and passed around by word of mouth until they were written down by the unknown scribe.Full Answer >
Free copies of the Bible are available from many sources, including churches, hotels and Bible societies such as Gideons International or the American Bible Society. Many websites provide free Bibles to users who request them, such as MyFreeBible.org, BiblesForAmerica.org and Mormon.org.Full Answer >
There is no specific verse, chapter or book in the Bible that mentions the concept of "race." Therefore, the Bible does not provide any information regarding the existence of different races in the world.Full Answer >