Family Historical Charts of the three sons of Noah
Found-Redrawn By: Timothy M. Youngblood
Redrawn February 2014 by: John Isaacson
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You will find links below for the historical Family charts of the three sons of Noah ~ Shem, ~ Ham and Japheth as well as who they are today. I found these charts many years ago and they were very old and hard to read but I believe they are redrawn correctly because I used a very strong magnifying glass and redrew them using the Auto-CAD drafting program on a computer. A fellow bible researcher and friend "John Isaacson" redrew them February 2014 and converted them to PDF for your viewing and printing ease. We do not make money for this service but want to share with others and not let such a great deal of work by those that researched and drew the originals get lost. I must say that John nor I can truthfully verify these Charts because we just don't have the Man power or money to do so however; "I do believe that those who did this research Originally were looking for the truth but I can't stand behind this work as I would my own research." ( See Charts below. )

Some say it is possible that the many different races came from the seed of Adam at creation however I ask if that was the facts then why is it that the races were not already present before the flood but only came by way of Shem, Japheth, and Ham? This is according to the records of the Old Testament.

This information is not an exhaustive study but is to help you get started in the right direction on this subject. The list that is recorded in Gen. chapter 10 and chapter 11 is too long to post here however the record in Gen: Chapters 10 and 11 that show a great deal if you want to read it from your own bible. Here we will start in chapter 10 verses 1-2. It states; “Now this is the genealogy of the sons of Noah: Shem, Ham, and Japheth. And sons were born to them after the flood. The sons of Japheth were Gomer, Magog, Madai, Javan, Tubal, Meshech, and Tiras.”

In Gen 10:6-8 we see the beginning of the sons of Ham that were “Cush, Mizraim, Put, and Canaan. The sons of Cush were Seba, Havilah, Sabtah, Raamah, and Sabtechah; and the sons of Raamah were Sheba and Dedan. Cush begot Nimrod; he began to be a mighty one on the earth.” Nimrod was a black man according to Genealogy. In antiquity many nations received their names from the lands of which they took possession, however the most likely way in the division of the names would be for the tribe to be called after its ancestor and for the countries to receive their names from their first inhabitants."

Also take special notice of this statement in verse five chapter 10 that states; “From these the coastland peoples of the Gentiles were separated into their lands, everyone according to his language, according to their families, into their nations.” This setting apart of people in their own language, according to their families, into their nations never occured till this time showing that the races did not exist till after the flood.

Notice that Ham is also connected to Nimrod and we know Nimrod was a black man and the black race that started in Babylonia and Ethiopia and later found largely in Africa. You might want to read chapter 9 verses 21-27 for information on the curse God placed on Ham the father of Cannan and then you will understand why the land of Cannan has been pagan and cursed.

Notice that Japheth was referred to as the elder so it is likely that Shem was the younger and we see the order the three son's were listed however God intended to make the ten tribes of Israel come from Shem the younger as we find in other historical writings. This would not be rare for God to do as we see that He did this with King David the Youngest of his family.

Now notice in Chapter 11 we see after the people were scattered and their language confused the record of Shem and we find a list and with it Abram is named. We know from the Old Testament records that Abram's name was changed by God to Abraham and he became the father of Isaac who was the father of Jacob whom God renamed Israel who had twelve sons and each son became a tribe. This is key to who Israel came from as the Muslims believe they were supposed to get the birthright because it should go to the first born ( Ishmael ) however what they fail to admit is that the mother of Ishmael was not from the genealogy of Shem so God would not use him although there was also ten tribes of Ishmael thus the fight over the birthright continues to this very day!

As Stated above this information is not an exhaustive study but is to help you get started in the right direction on this subject.




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