"...the first Adam was made a living soul; the last Adam was made a quickening Spirit... the first man is of the earth, earthy: the second man is the Lord from heaven." (I Cor.15:45-47)
Adam's name was simply Adam. The bible does not give last names. Rather, it many times gives the lineage of a person. So and so, the son of, so and so. Adam was the first. So he was simply called Adam.
There seems to be only one person called 'Adam' in the Book of Genesis, however some scholars say that some passages may have been intended to refer to different persons from the Adam of Genesis 2. Also, Adam actually means 'man', so some references arguably could be better interpreted as 'man' rather than 'Adam'.AnswerThe name Adam is mentioned in many books of the bible, but they only refer to Adam, the first man, the last mention is in Jude Ch.1v14. No doubt there were others called after Adam as there may have been many called Jesus. As these others play no part in the bible story they are not mentioned.
because in the bible the serpent was the devil and tied to tempt adam and eve
No, last names were not used in Israel at the time of the Bible. They instead would refer to a person by phrases such as "son of" or by the town he or she was from. There are no "charachters" in the bible, show some respect
Adam out of the bible
Adam out of the Bible
the first taxonomist on The Bible is Adam
"A" is the first person in the bible "Adam" and "Zachariah" is the last alphabetic name in the bible. Ann Burden thinks that it is the end of times.
there is no angel named Adam. Adam is the name of a man.
If you mean Adam in the Bible, then no. Adam named the animals.