| | Re: Caught up in Abram/Abraham
I don't know that this is an answer to your question, but Abraham probably never wrote anything down. Scribes do that. Abraham probably told Isaac some of the things that God told him, and on down the line, and somewhere along the line Moses, an Egyptian trained prince wrote down either oral or written histories (that are unknown to us today), or God had a running conversation with Moses something like this.... No Moses, I meant Enoch the city, not Enoch, the seventh from Adam, and make sure to emphasize such and such. Or perhaps you believe that Moses merely perfectly recorded (with the help of God's power) what God told him to say for the entire first five books of the old testament.
Knowledge and Wisdom are both good and worth finding, but they also have truly bad downsides, just study the life of Solomon to see the truth of this. Love does not puff up. Perfect Love drives out pride. Faith, Hope, and Love are the greatest of all things we can strive for, and the greatest of these are Love. Proverbs 3:5-6 Trust in the Lord with ALL your heart and lean NOT on your own understanding. In all your ways aknowledge Him and He shall direct your paths.