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Titus was one of at least two younger men that Paul discipled and described as his “son in the faith that we share” (Titus 1:4).
The question “how old was Noah when he died?” is one of those classic Bible trivia questions, right up there with “how old was Methuselah?”
Seth was the third son of Adam and Eve, born after his brother Cain had killed Abel. When Seth was born, Eve said, “God has granted me another child in place of Abel” (Genesis 4:26).
Unless you were that Sunday School student who liked looking up Bible stories that no one mentions, you probably never asked “is cannibalism in the Bible?”
Salome probably doesn’t top your list of biblical characters. The New Testament mentions one woman with that name, and other documents indicate another, more well-known, woman in the New Testament also had that name.
Adam and Eve were the first humans on earth, created in the very image of God. The Lord commanded them to be fruitful and multiply, and the Bible does mention a few of their children. So just what do we know about this first family and they descendants? If they were truly the first humans, does that mean that Adam and Eve's children married each other? Let's take a look at what the Bible says.