|Alias||Abram (original name)|
|Nationality||Hebrew from Ur of the Chaldees|
|Born||Sometime after the tower of Babel|
|Died||175 years old, exact date unknown|
|Relatives||Adam (distant ancestor), Sarah (first wife), Keturah (second wife), Hagar (concubine), unnamed other concubines, Lot (nephew), Ishmael (son), Isaac (son), Jacob (grandson), King David (descendant), Jesus (physical descendant)|
|Religion||Believer in God|
|First Appearance||Glorious Appearing|
Abraham is the legendary father of faith for Christians, Jews, and Muslims. God called him to be a father of nations (his name Abraham meaning "father of many") and to inherit the land of Canaan, which would later be called Israel, through a perpetual covenant that would be made also with his son Isaac (through his wife Sarah) and his grandson Jacob. Abraham was one of the Old Testament saints that was rewarded by Jesus Christ after His Second Coming in the book Glorious Appearing.