As a response to the legitimate question by Medi1Saif above, I put a try of a translation of the original cited by UmH above:
Ibn Alqama bin Waqas al-Laithi al-Madani: Al-Hafiz said in
“Al-Taqreeb”: He is honest and (but?) has visions (?), and the rest of
his men are trustworthy. Abu Muammar is Ismail bin Ibrahim bin Muammar
Al-Bukhari included ...
It is mentioned in an authentic hadith of Sahih Muslim recounting the incident of Isra and Mir'aj:
[...] Then I was taken to the third heaven and Gabriel asked for the opening (of the door). He was asked: Who are you? He replied: Gabriel. He was (again) asked: Who is with you? He replied Muhammad (ﷺ). It was said: Has he been sent for? He replied He has ...
The closest wording in a hadith to what you've mentioned appears in:
'Abdullah said, 'From the Prophet, may Allah bless him and grant him peace, who said, "Before the Final Hour people will single out one individual for the greeting, commerce will increase until a woman helps her husband in business, people will sever their links with their relatives, ...
The hadith has been classed as Daeef by some such as al-Arnaa’oot in his grading of Sunan Abu Dawud and has been classed as Hasan by others such as by al-Albani in Irwa’ al-Ghaleel.
Within its chain, a transmitter of interest is Hisham bin Sa'd al-Madni - he has been weakened by a group of the Imams including Ahmad ibn Hanbal, Ibn Ma'in, Nasa'i, Abu Hatim, ...
A short report is written in Genesis 4:26-5:8
The recite from the Torah can be considered «authentic», as the Torah in general is among the authentic books confirmed in the Quran, and in particular it is written
And relate to them the true story of Adam's two sons: when they
offered an offering, and it was accepted from one of them, but it ...
In short, we don't have anything definite on him. Nothing in Quran by name, I think maybe a mention or two in weak hadith. Ibn kathir got a lot of his information from christian/jewish sources, which was okay as the wikipedia of its time, but as a matter of theology we can't affirm or deny anything related to Seth, maybe he was, maybe he ...
The answer is there is a very weak (fabricated) narration that creates a relation between fasting these days and 'Adam and Hawaa'.
Imam as-Suyuti referred to it in his tafsir a-Durr al-Manthur الدر المنثور -see here- while commenting (2:37) saying:
In the following I'm translating text from Arabic language, as this translation is of my own take it ...
It is reported in the Acts of the Apostles, written by Luke, which is estimated a very reliable source in Christanity. Luke was not an eye-witness but had direct contact to eye-witnesses.
And when he had said this, as they were looking on, he was lifted up,
and a cloud took him out of their sight. And while they were gazing
into heaven as he ...