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If It Wasn't World Wide, Then...

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Posted by Aaron Viviano on June 3, 2002 15:31:30 UTC

"Obviously it was not worldwide, and so the gods/God/supernatural force(s) were either too ineffectual to cover the entire globe (and therefore not very godly), or the religions' interpretations of the event are incorrect."

If the flood wasn't world wide why didn't God just tell Noah to move? Also whgy would you need to put the worlds animals in to an ark? Wouldn't more people have survived if it was only a local flood. Why would native americans have flood ledgends that are so similar to noah's flood? If they lost connections with europe before the flood happened?

hmmm????

-Aaron

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