Genghis Khan may have been the last Afro-Asiatic kingdom builder, following the pattern of Nimrod. He was a descendant of Noah through Japheth according to the Hungarian origin stories, and he was allied with the Keraits, the only Christians known to have inhabited Central Asia.
The Keraits converted to Christianity in the 11th century. One of their leaders, Toghrul, gained fame as far west as France and Spain for his battles with Muslims. Several Kerait women became influential in the Mongol court. Sorghaghtani Beki married a son of Genghis Khan, and they had four sons. Two sons, Kublai Khan and Mongke Khan, were prominent leaders of the Mongolian Empire.
Genghis Khan means King Genghis. Khan is related to the biblical words Kain and Kandake (Candace in English), meaning ruler. He was like his namesake in many ways. On a hunting expedition he killed his half-brother Bekhter, during a fight over hunting spoils. This incident cemented his position as head of the household. Like Kain, Genghis Khan built an empire with settlements at sacred locations. He named his first-born son Jochi which is the equivalent of Joktan, the name of Abraham’s first-born son.