Biblical history fails to mention the name of the first daughter born to the human family, or to give her father's name; and in its early narrative, covering a period of over two thousand years, the word daughter is rarely used, except in genealogical records of "sons and daughters. " This omission no doubt had its origin in error of belief regarding woman's God-given place in the order of creation; for God has no nameless offspring.
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