I Chronicles 7:6
I Chronicles 8:1-2
Not all of the lists mention all the sons of Benjamin. This does not constitute a contradiction, but rather, putting all the data together we are able to develop a family tree.
Regarding Ard and Naaman (which are listed as sons in Genesis 46:21, but grandsons in Numbers 26:38-40), sometimes the Bible uses the term “son” to denote a descendant, though not necessarily an immediate descendant. Or, it is possible that Bela named two of his sons after two of his brothers.
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