Biblical genealogy

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Biblical genealogy is the study of the men and women of the Bible based on their declared lineages. In the Annals of the World, James Ussher concluded based on the lifetimes of these individuals that the creation of the world occurred in 4004 BC. Although many sources - both evolutionary and religious - contest this date, it remains credited as a close approximation by many creationists today.