^ IIRC, the Koran also makes allusions to Eve's daughter Lillith, who became the progenitor of all modern demons. I've also heard that the Tanakh implies that humans OTHER than Adam and Eve existed, but that the two of them were the only two who were created by God for some higher purpose. That would seem to suggest the actual lineage of the Chosen People is more properly traced to Adam than to Abraham, but that Abraham gets the credit mainly because he's the one who actually restored the covenant with God after his ancestors had fallen out of favor. Of course, the REAL reason for the discrepancy is because the Bible is an amalgamation of stories written at different times by different people, many of whom did not actually worship the same god or even a SINGLE god and the stories were adapted into monotheism later. For the canaanites from which the Exodus story is derived, the God of Abraham is an entirely different figure from the creator god in Genesis, and there's even some question of whether the first two chapters of Genesis were even written by the same culture. It's like if you tried to create a coherent religious text by splicing together elements of Star Trek, Star Wars, Babylon 5 and Doctor Who in the overall framework of scientology.