Altogether, Adam lived 930 years, and then he died.
So all the days that Adam lived were nine hundred and thirty years, and he died.
He died at the age of 930.
Adam lived a total of 930 years. And he died.
And all the years of Adam’s life were nine hundred and thirty: and he came to his end.
Thus all the days that Adam lived were nine hundred thirty years; and he died.
So all the days that Adam lived were nine hundred and thirty years; and he died.
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1 tn Heb “all the days of Adam which he lived”
2 sn The genealogy traces the line from Adam to Noah and forms a bridge between the earlier accounts and the flood story. Its constant theme of the reign of death in the human race is broken once with the account of Enoch, but the genealogy ends with hope for the future through Noah. See further G. F. Hasel, “The Genealogies of Gen. 5 and 11 and their Alleged Babylonian Background,” AUSS 16 (1978): 361-74; idem, “Genesis 5 and 11,” Origins 7 (1980): 23-37.