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Abraham myös Aabraham , hepr. Hänestä kerrotaan Raamatussa , Ensimmäisen Mooseksen kirjan Abrahamista ei ole muuta tietoa kuin Raamatun kertomukset.
Vielä teologi Aapeli Saarisalo  uskoi Ensimmäisen Mooseksen kirjan Luvussa kerrotaan muun muassa Kedorlaomerin, kanssaan olleiden kuninkaiden ja Abrahamin välisestä taistelusta.
Abraham oli alun perin nimeltään Abram. Abraham kuului Seemin kautta kymmenenteen sukupolveen Nooasta. Abraham oli Terahin poika ja lähtöisin Kaldean Urista muinaisesta Babyloniasta.
Vaikka Abraham mainitaankin 1. Mooseksen kirjan ssa ensimmäisenä Terahin kolmesta pojasta, hän ei ollut esikoinen. Abraham luetellaan ensimmäisenä isänsä pojista ilmeisesti huomattavan uskollisuutensa ja sen merkittävän aseman vuoksi, joka hänellä on Raamatussa.
Hänen vaimonsa oli nimeltään Sarai, myöhemmin Saara . Saara oli myös Abrahamin sisarpuoli, koska heillä oli sama isä.
Jumalalta saamansa neuvon mukaisesti Abraham muutti Kanaanin maahan ja asettui Mamren tammiston lähelle asumaan.
Abraham lähti Haranista isänsä Terahin kuoltua. Jumalan ja Abrahamin välinen liitto astui voimaan juuri tähän aikaan. Abraham ja Saara olivat olleet Kanaanissa kymmenisen vuotta, mutta Saara oli yhä hedelmätön.
Siksi hän ehdotti sijaisekseen egyptiläistä palvelijatartaan Hagaria, jotta hän saisi lapsen tämän välityksellä.
Abraham suostui. Ja niin syntyi Ismael , kun Abraham oli vuotias. Niin älköön sinua enää kutsuttako Abramiksi, vaan nimesi olkoon Aabraham, sillä minä teen sinusta kansojen paljouden isän Abraham muutti Saaran kanssa Gerariin, jossa tuon filistealaiskaupungin kuningas otti Saaran haaremiinsa.
Jumala puuttui asiaan, Saara vapautettiin, ja määräaikana, kauan aikaisemmin luvattu perillinen Iisak syntyi . Kun Iisakin vuotias velipuoli Ismael viisi vuotta myöhemmin ilvehti hänelle, Abrahamin oli pakko lähettää Ismael ja hänen äitinsä Hagar pois .
Noin 20 vuotta myöhemmin, Jumala käski Abrahamia uhraamaan Iisakin. Juutalaisen perimätiedon mukaan Iisak oli silloin vuotias .
Totellen Jumalan ohjeita Abraham otti Iisakin mukaansa ja matkusti Negevissä sijainneesta Beersebasta pohjoiseen Morianvuorelle, joka sijaitsi aivan Salemin pohjoispuolella.
Siellä hän rakensi alttarin ja valmistautui uhraamaan Iisakin, perillisensä, polttoteurasuhrina.
Abraham tavallaan uhrasi Iisakin, sillä hän päätteli, että Jumala kykenisi herättämään hänet kuolleista . Jumala puuttui asiaan vasta aivan viime hetkellä ja antoi pässin Iisakin sijaan uhrialttarille.
Tämä ehdoton usko, johon liittyi täydellinen tottelevaisuus, sai Jumalan vahvistamaan liittonsa Abrahamin kanssa valalla .
Kun Saara kuoli Hebronissa eaa. Niinpä hän osti Heetin pojilta kedon ja luolan Makpelasta läheltä Mamrea . Kolme vuotta myöhemmin, kun Iisak täytti 40 vuotta, Abraham lähetti vanhimman palvelijansa, todennäköisesti Elieserin, takaisin Mesopotamiaan etsimään Iisakille sopivaa vaimoa.
Jumalan valinnaksi osoittautui Abrahamin veljenpojan tytär Rebekka . Seuraavassa sukupolvessa vanhin poika oli Eesau , mutta nuorempi veli Jaakob hankki isältään Iisakilta esikoisoikeuden.
Abraham otti toisen vaimon Keturahin Saaran kuoleman jälkeen. Lopulta Abraham kuoli hyvin iäkkäänä, vuotiaana, ja hänen poikansa Iisak ja Ismael hautasivat hänet Makpelan luolaan .
Ennen kuolemaansa Abraham antoi lahjoja sivuvaimojensa pojille ja lähetti heidät pois, jotta Iisak perisi yksin kaiken hänen omistamansa .
Then he ran and bowed to the ground to welcome them. Abraham then offered to wash their feet and fetch them a morsel of bread, to which they assented.
Abraham rushed to Sarah's tent to order ash cakes made from choice flour, then he ordered a servant-boy to prepare a choice calf.
When all was prepared, he set curds, milk and the calf before them, waiting on them, under a tree, as they ate.
One of the visitors told Abraham that upon his return next year, Sarah would have a son. While at the tent entrance, Sarah overheard what was said and she laughed to herself about the prospect of having a child at their ages.
The visitor inquired of Abraham why Sarah laughed at bearing a child at her age, as nothing is too hard for God.
Frightened, Sarah denied laughing. After eating, Abraham and the three visitors got up. They walked over to the peak that overlooked the 'cities of the plain' to discuss the fate of Sodom and Gomorrah for their detestable sins that were so great, it moved God to action.
Because Abraham's nephew was living in Sodom, God revealed plans to confirm and judge these cities. At this point, the two other visitors left for Sodom.
Then Abraham turned to God and pleaded decrementally with Him from fifty persons to less that "if there were at least ten righteous men found in the city, would not God spare the city?
When the two visitors arrived in Sodom to conduct their report, they planned on staying in the city square. However, Abraham's nephew, Lot, met with them and strongly insisted that these two "men" stay at his house for the night.
A rally of men stood outside of Lot's home and demanded that Lot bring out his guests so that they may "know" v. However, Lot objected and offered his virgin daughters who had not "known" v.
They rejected that notion and sought to break down Lot's door to get to his male guests, [Genesis —9] thus confirming the wickedness of the city and portending their imminent destruction.
Early the next morning, Abraham went to the place where he stood before God. He "looked out toward Sodom and Gomorrah" and saw what became of the cities of the plain, where not even "ten righteous" v.
Abraham settled between Kadesh and Shur in what the Bible anachronistically calls "the land of the Philistines ". While he was living in Gerar , Abraham openly claimed that Sarah was his sister.
Upon discovering this news, King Abimelech had her brought to him. God then came to Abimelech in a dream and declared that taking her would result in death because she was a man's wife.
Abimelech had not laid hands on her, so he inquired if he would also slay a righteous nation, especially since Abraham had claimed that he and Sarah were siblings.
In response, God told Abimelech that he did indeed have a blameless heart and that is why he continued to exist. However, should he not return the wife of Abraham back to him, God would surely destroy Abimelech and his entire household.
Abimelech was informed that Abraham was a prophet who would pray for him. Early next morning, Abimelech informed his servants of his dream and approached Abraham inquiring as to why he had brought such great guilt upon his kingdom.
Abraham stated that he thought there was no fear of God in that place, and that they might kill him for his wife.
Then Abraham defended what he had said as not being a lie at all: "And yet indeed she is my sister; she is the daughter of my father, but not the daughter of my mother; and she became my wife.
Further, Abimelech gave Abraham a thousand pieces of silver to serve as Sarah's vindication before all. Abraham then prayed for Abimelech and his household, since God had stricken the women with infertility because of the taking of Sarah.
After living for some time in the land of the Philistines, Abimelech and Phicol , the chief of his troops, approached Abraham because of a dispute that resulted in a violent confrontation at a well.
Abraham then reproached Abimelech due to his Philistine servant's aggressive attacks and the seizing of Abraham's well.
Abimelech claimed ignorance of the incident. Then Abraham offered a pact by providing sheep and oxen to Abimelech.
Further, to attest that Abraham was the one who dug the well, he also gave Abimelech seven ewes for proof. Because of this sworn oath, they called the place of this well: Beersheba.
As had been prophesied in Mamre the previous year, [Genesis ] Sarah became pregnant and bore a son to Abraham, on the first anniversary of the covenant of circumcision.
Abraham was "an hundred years old", when his son whom he named Isaac was born; and he circumcised him when he was eight days old. During the celebration, however, Sarah found Ishmael mocking; an observation that would begin to clarify the birthright of Isaac.
Ishmael was fourteen years old when Abraham's son Isaac was born to Sarah. She declared that Ishmael would not share in Isaac's inheritance.
Abraham was greatly distressed by his wife's words and sought the advice of his God. God told Abraham not to be distressed but to do as his wife commanded.
God reassured Abraham that "in Isaac shall seed be called to thee. Early the next morning, Abraham brought Hagar and Ishmael out together.
He gave her bread and water and sent them away. The two wandered in the wilderness of Beersheba until her bottle of water was completely consumed.
In a moment of despair, she burst into tears. After God heard the boy's voice, an angel of the Lord confirmed to Hagar that he would become a great nation, and will be "living on his sword".
A well of water then appeared so that it saved their lives. As the boy grew, he became a skilled archer living in the wilderness of Paran.
Eventually his mother found a wife for Ishmael from her home country, the land of Egypt. At some point in Isaac's youth, Abraham was commanded by God to offer his son up as a sacrifice in the land of Moriah.
The patriarch traveled three days until he came to the mount that God told him of. He then commanded the servants to remain while he and Isaac proceeded alone into the mount.
Isaac carried the wood upon which he would be sacrificed. Along the way, Isaac asked his father where the animal for the burnt offering was, to which Abraham replied "God will provide himself a lamb for a burnt offering".
Just as Abraham was about to sacrifice his son, he was interrupted by the angel of the Lord, and he saw behind him a "ram caught in a thicket by his horns", which he sacrificed instead of his son.
The place was later named as Jehovah-jireh. For his obedience he received another promise of numerous descendants and abundant prosperity.
After this event, Abraham went to Beersheba. Sarah died, and Abraham buried her in the Cave of the Patriarchs the "cave of Machpelah" , near Hebron which he had purchased along with the adjoining field from Ephron the Hittite.
He died at age , and was buried in the cave of Machpelah by his sons Isaac and Ishmael. In the early and middle 20th century, leading archaeologists such as William F.
Albright and biblical scholars such as Albrecht Alt believed that the patriarchs and matriarchs were either real individuals or believable composites of people who lived in the " patriarchal age ", the 2nd millennium BCE.
But, in the s, new arguments concerning Israel's past and the biblical texts challenged these views; these arguments can be found in Thomas L. Thompson, a literary scholar, based his argument on archaeology and ancient texts.
His thesis centered on the lack of compelling evidence that the patriarchs lived in the 2nd millennium BCE, and noted how certain biblical texts reflected first millennium conditions and concerns.
Van Seters examined the patriarchal stories and argued that their names, social milieu, and messages strongly suggested that they were Iron Age creations.
Abraham's story, like those of the other patriarchs, most likely had a substantial oral prehistory,  and his name is apparently very ancient, as the tradition found in Genesis no longer understands its original meaning probably "Father is exalted" — the meaning offered in Genesis , "Father of a multitude", is a popular etymology.
Nevertheless, the completion of the Torah and its elevation to the centre of post-Exilic Judaism was as much or more about combining older texts as writing new ones — the final Pentateuch was based on existing traditions.
Abraham is given a high position of respect in three major world faiths, Judaism , Christianity and Islam. In Christianity, the Apostle Paul taught that Abraham's faith in God — preceding the Mosaic law — made him the spiritual progenitor of all Christian believers, circumcised and uncircumcised.
In Jewish legend , God created heaven and earth for the sake of the merits of Abraham. Before leaving his father's land, Abraham was miraculously saved from the fiery furnace of Nimrod following his brave action of breaking the idols of the Chaldeans into pieces.
Abraham is generally credited as the author of the Sefer Yetzirah , one of the earliest extant books on Jewish mysticism.
According to Pirkei Avot , Abraham underwent ten tests at God's command. In Christianity , Abraham is revered as the prophet to whom God chose to reveal himself and with whom God initiated a covenant cf.
Covenant Theology. Throughout history, leaders of the Church, following Saint Paul , have emphasized Abraham as the spiritual father of all Christians.
He is also commemorated in the calendars of saints of several denominations: on 20 August by the Maronite Church , 28 August in the Coptic Church and the Assyrian Church of the East with the full office for the latter , and on 9 October by the Roman Catholic Church and the Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod.
The first time is on 9 October for those churches which follow the traditional Julian Calendar , 9 October falls on 22 October of the modern Gregorian Calendar , where he is commemorated together with his nephew "Righteous Lot".
The other is on the "Sunday of the Forefathers" two Sundays before Christmas , when he is commemorated together with other ancestors of Jesus. Abraham is also mentioned in the Divine Liturgy of Saint Basil the Great , just before the Anaphora, and Abraham and Sarah are invoked in the prayers said by the priest over a newly married couple.
A popular song sung in many English-speaking Sunday Schools by children is known as "Father Abraham" and emphasizes the patriarch as the spiritual progenitor of Christians.
Islam regards Abraham as a link in the chain of prophets that begins with Adam and culminates in Muhammad.
In Islam, Abraham holds an exalted position among the major prophets and he is referred to as "Ibrahim Khalilullah", meaning "Abraham the Beloved of Allah".
Besides Ishaq and Yaqub , Ibrahim is among the most honorable and the most excellent men in sight of God.
The Druze regard Abraham as the third spokesman natiq after Adam and Noah , who helped transmit the foundational teachings of monotheism tawhid intended for the larger audience.
Paintings on the life of Abraham tend to focus on only a few incidents: the sacrifice of Isaac; meeting Melchizedek; entertaining the three angels; Hagar in the desert; and a few others.
The Sarcophagus of Junius Bassus depicts a set of biblical stories, including Abraham about to sacrifice Isaac. These sculpted scenes are on the outside of a marble Early Christian sarcophagus used for the burial of Junius Bassus.
He died in This sarcophagus has been described as "probably the single most famous piece of early Christian relief sculpture.
Peter's Basilica in the Vatican. The Old Testament scenes depicted were chosen as precursors of Christ's sacrifice in the New Testament , in an early form of typology.
Just to the right of the middle is Daniel in the lion's den and on the left is Abraham about to sacrifice Isaac.
George Segal created figural sculptures by molding plastered gauze strips over live models in his work Abraham's Farewell to Ishmael.
The human condition was central to his concerns, and Segal used the Old Testament as a source for his imagery.
This sculpture depicts the dilemma faced by Abraham when Sarah demanded that he expel Hagar and Ishmael. In the sculpture, the father's tenderness, Sarah's rage, and Hagar's resigned acceptance portray a range of human emotions.
The sculpture was donated to the Miami Art Museum after the artist's death in In solo portraits a sword or knife may be used as his attribute, as in this statue by Gian Maria Morlaiter or this painting by Lorenzo Monaco.
He always wears a gray or white beard. As early as the beginning of the 3rd century, Christian art followed Christian typology in making the sacrifice of Isaac a foreshadowing of Christ's sacrifice on the cross and its memorial in the sacrifice of the Mass.
See for example this 11th-century Christian altar engraved with Abraham's and other sacrifices taken to prefigure that of Christ in the Eucharist.
Some early Christian writers interpreted the three visitors as the triune God. Thus in Santa Maria Maggiore, Rome, a 5th-century mosaic portrays only the visitors against a gold ground and puts semitransparent copies of them in the "heavenly" space above the scene.
In Eastern Orthodox art the visit is the chief means by which the Trinity is pictured example. Some images do not include Abraham and Sarah, like Andrei Rublev's Trinity , which shows only the three visitors as beardless youths at a table.
Kierkegaard wanted to understand the anxiety that must have been present in Abraham when God asked him to sacrifice his son.
Hardy 's novel Father Abraham , tells the fictionalized life of Abraham. In , Marc-Antoine Charpentier released a Dramatic motet Sacrificim Abrahae H - a - b, for soloists, chorus, doubling instruments and bc.
In , Steve Reich released an opera named The Cave. The title refers to the Cave of the Patriarchs. The narrative of the opera is based on the story of Abraham and his immediate family as it is recounted in the various religious texts, and as it is understood by individual people from different cultures and religious traditions.
Bob Dylan 's " Highway 61 Revisited "  is the title track for his album Highway 61 Revisited. In each stanza, someone describes an unusual problem that is ultimately resolved on Highway In Stanza 1, God tells Abraham to " kill me a son ".
God wants the killing done on Highway Abram, the original name of the biblical Abraham, is also the name of Dylan's own father.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Biblical patriarch. For other uses, see Abraham disambiguation , Abram disambiguation , Avraham disambiguation , Avram disambiguation , and Ibrahim disambiguation.
Abraham Serving the Three Angels , by Rembrandt , Sarah Hagar Keturah. Main article: Abraham and Lot's conflict. Main article: Battle of Siddim.
See also: Covenant of the pieces. See also: Hagar and Hagar in Islam. Main articles: Sodom and Gomorrah and Lot biblical person. See also: Endogamy and Wife—sister narratives in the Book of Genesis.
Main article: Binding of Isaac. See also: Abraham's family tree. Abraham and the Angels , by Aert de Gelder , c. See also: Abraham in the Catholic liturgy.
Main article: Abraham in Islam. Judaism portal Christianity portal Islam portal. Eerdmans Publishing. Wright 7 September Zondervan Academic.
If we are to speak of being chosen, of being among God's elect, it is to say that, like Abraham, we are chosen for the sake of God's plan that the nations of the world would come to enjoy the blessing of Abraham which is exactly how Paul describes the effect of God's redemption through Christ in Gal.
It all started with one man, Abraham. But the promise was to him and his seed, or his descendants. Who are the descendants of Abraham now?
Paul is totally explicit on this point: people of any and every nation who believe in Jesus as Messiah and saviour are included in the seed of Abraham and are inheritors of the promise made to Abraham.
Abraham is, in short, "the father of us all"—all of us who share his faith Rom. The church, then—that multinational community that includes believing Jews and Gentiles—is the people chosen and called in Abraham to be God's people.
Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod. Retrieved 31 October I: In the Fiery Furnace. I: The Covenant with Abimelech.
I: Joy and Sorrow in the House of Jacob.
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