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Published on Jan 25, 2015
Class 36 Noah, Ark and Water The books, articles and web references I mention in this talk may be found at atheistscholar.org, Noah, Ark and Water in the Bibliography at the end of the written lecture. There are about six hundred global flood myths from every continent in the world, according to the well-regarded website, talkorigins.org. There are many more narratives concerning historical floods that were local. Our concern in this lecture is with the Great Flood, or Noah’s Flood, described in the 6-8 sections of Genesis in the Old Testament Bible. We shall be glancing at the probable forerunners to the Noah’s Flood myth, how they are both similar and different from the Biblical tale, what the flood story meant to the early Christian Church, and what happened when geology became a viable science.