Noah's Ark discovery raises flood of questions
That faint humming sound you've heard recently is the scholarly world of the Bible and archaeology abuzz over the discovery of the oldest known Mesopotamian version of the famous Flood story.
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Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
#1 Jan 29, 2014
Who can say that this 4000 years old tablet is saying the truth?
They story of a great flood is present in many ancient civilizations, with varying details, this gives rise to the speculation that it was a verbal account of the event, which was transmitted by the words of mouth for many generations.
What we find written in present day Bibles is a written record from the same ancient version.
No one should be Dogmatic about details description of Ark and how it was managed.
Noah's flood was an extraordinary flood and not what we see so very often in different parts of the world.
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