This week, we are continuing our discussion on Noah’s Flood–and the many reasons to believe it wasn’t a worldwide flood. … Continue reading The Flood, the science, and the arguments that never end, Part 2
Previously, we have discussed Noah’s Flood and its controversy. Since the mid-20th century, most churches teach that the flood was … Continue reading The Flood, the science, and the arguments that never end, Part 1
There is a story that calls for a closer look in the bible, and other mythology. There is the … Continue reading The legend of the watchers and the Nephilim
Flood geology is an attempt to interpret geographical features of the earth with the belief that Noah’s Flood was a … Continue reading Plate tectonics was not a part of Noah’s Flood
There is a debate over whether or not Noah’s Flood actually covered the Earth. In modern Christianity, it is often … Continue reading Worldwide or local?