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Posted by Michael W. Pearson on June 4, 2002 00:46:24 UTC

And by the way, most of my ancestors' names don't end in -son, so don't anyone get the wrong idea there. I do have Bruno in my tree.

This site is interesting.
I think the Black Sea flood IS the flood in Gilgamesh and in the Bible...with some other stories possibly for color.
Some rain would occur as a matter of regular weather, and when it did along with the water rise of 5-7 feet per week totalling 400 feet rise this would seem quite an event.
the Bible does not have to be exactly all accurate to be respected greatly.
I think its rules include some of the original rules of prehistoric and preliterate humans too.
Some are pragmatic and some merely serve the political interests of the leaders of any ape or human dominance hierarchy political system.
Sorry if the following doesn't appeal to you.
But I think it will be found to be true again and again into the far future...and is evident to many in our time:
Jesus' words represent an emergence into another kind of life not known elsewhere in natural history -- something actually not entirely of the material universe at all, but may have relationships with philosophies which arose with Buddha and others.

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