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(1) Seth, (Australopithecus anamensis)
(2) Enos, (Australopithecus africanus)
(3) Cainan, (Astralopithecus aethiopicus)
(4) Mahalaleel, (Astralopithecus garhi)
(5) Jared, (Homo rudolfensis)
(6) Enoch, (Homo habilis, walked with God towards the evolution of Homoiousian man)
(7) Methuselah, (Modern Homo erectus)
(8) Lamech, (Australopithecus antecessor)
(9) Noah, (Archaic Homo sapiens, Cro-Magnon man
(10) Shem, (Mongolian)
(11) Ham, (Negroid)
(12) Japheth, (Caucasian)

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The text of Genesis 5 compared to the present paleonotology.

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Gen. 5:1 This is the book of the generations of Adam (Sahelanthropus tchadensis)In the day, (7 million years ago when humans diverged from apes),that God created man, (Hominoids), in the likeness, (mentally), of God, (the external Universe to these creatures), made he him; 

Gen. 5:2 Male and female created he THEM;...
... and blessed  THEMand called THEIR name Adam (Sahelanthropus tchadensis), in the day when THEY, (the first hominoids),were created. 

 
 
..."called THEM 'Adam'"...?
 
A species?

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A close reading of the scripture (Gen 5:2) supports this idea of Paleontology/Genealogy because the text states that "THEY" are called Adam.  


GENETIC FACTS: Genetic evidence now reveals that 7 million years ago, by an Act-of-God, a mutation inside the womb of a mother Ape, fused together two for her 24 chromosomes, and created an new species which has only 23 chromosome pairs. That birth of the species called Adam, Gen 5:2, has since been passed down to each of use alive today. On the ends of every chromosome, you should find special genetic markers, or sequences of DNA called "telomeres." And in their middles, you should find different genetic markers called "centromeres." But if a mutation occurred in the past, causing two pairs of chromosomes to fuse, we should find evidence in those genetic markers: telomeres not only at the ends of the new chromosome, but also at their middles, and not one, but two centromeres. This evidence has been found in Chromosome Number 2. All of the marks of the fusion of those chromosomes, predicted by common descent and evolution, all those marks are present on human Chromosome Number 2. Finding a structure like this in our chromosomes explains why humans have one pair fewer than the great apes.

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Gen. 5:3 And Adam, (Sahelanthropus tchadensis), lived an hundred and thirty (thousand) years, and begat a son in his own likeness, after his image; and called his name Seth, (Australopithecus anamensis): 

Gen. 5:4 And the days of Adam, 
(Sahelanthropus tchadensis), after he had begotten Seth, (Australopithecus anamensis), were eight hundred (thousand) years: and he begat (Sahelanthropus tchadensissons and daughters:

Gen. 5:5 And all the days that Adam, 
(Sahelanthropus tchadensis), lived were nine hundred and thirty (thousand) years: and he died.


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Gen. 5:6 And Seth, (Australopithecus anamensis), lived an hundred and five (thousand) years, and begat Enos, (Australopithecus africanus): 

Gen. 5:7 And Seth, (Australopithecus anamensis), lived after he begat Enos, (Australopithecus africanus), eight hundred and seven (thousand) years, and begat(Australopithecus anamensisian) sons and daughters, (the two species living concurrently):

Gen. 5:8 And all the days of Seth, (Australopithecus anamensis), were nine hundred and twelve (thousand) years: and he died (out, extinct). 

SUGGESTED READNG: 

The Last Human: A Guide to Twenty-Two Species of Extinct Humans
G.J. Sawyer, Viktor Deak 
Hardcover, 
256 pages Published June 28th 2007 by Yale University Press 

Modern Paleontologists insist man evolved from twenty-two (22) "species," now exrinct. 
While Genesis 5 ALSO reports 22 names, most likely eponyms which also stand for 22 different "types" or "kinds" of man. 

One may choose to see this genealogy of 22 names as referring to actual individuals, but then the problem of their inordinately long lives defies reason and science and common sense. 
That a modern look aligns these same 22 names with species, now extinct, seems an optional interpretation which has the advantage of conforming to what is the truth of this moment.

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