The flood is an ancient mythology, inspire by the ice age melt down, the melt down raise the sea level so much, many places, that was once land and coastline became flooded. Today, archeologists continue to find ancient cities over 10000 years old, under waters, including the water between Alaska and Russia, Taiwan and China, India and Shrilanka and even in the middle of the Atlantic ocean. Such a rise of water, would be a global nature disaster, it would inspire many story and mythology for the future generation, amount them, is the story of the flood, within the bible.
The Flood Story makes me feel great because I know I made the right decision to follow God's will - just like Noah did.
by nonto21 6 years ago
How come Noah's boat was the only one that worked?
by Religulous 7 years ago
Is he classified as such? Perhaps if he isn't he should be?
by Paul Wingert 4 years ago
How many people believe that Noah and the flood was a true, historical event? The Torah and Bible says the God instructs Noah to build an ark that measures 300 cubits by 50 cubits x 30 cubits high. First of all let's do the math. The ancient Sumerian cubit as about 518.6 mm or 20.42 in. The Ancient...
by Claire Evans 14 months ago
Here are the comparisons between the 10 Commandments and he Book of the Dead:Book of the Dead: "I have done away sin for thee and not acted fraudulently or deceitfully. I have not belittled God. I have not inflicted pain or caused another to weep. I have not murdered or given such an order. I...
by Dan Harmon 8 years ago
I've always been intrigued with the biblical story of Noah and the ark, so I thought I would examine what might have happened at that time.First of all, some assumptions were necessary. In the immortal words of Bill Cosby "I'm going to make it rain for 40 days and 40 nights and drown 'em...
by The Reluctant Revivalist 23 months ago
Was there ever a world-wide flood event in history?
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