The Biblical Flood — Proof & Effects

Global flood stories have been documented in almost every region of the world. Ancient civilizations such as in (Europe, Africa, the Near East, China and Asia, North, Central and South America, Australia, the Pacific Islands) all have their stories of the great flood. Old world missionaries reported their amazement at finding remote tribes already possessing legends with tremendous similarities to the Bible’s account of the worldwide flood. Altogether there are over 500 Flood legends worldwide.Noah and The Great Flood Cover

These flood tales are often linked by common elements with the Biblical account, such as the warning of the coming flood, the construction of a boat, the storage of animals, the inclusion of family, the release of birds to determine if the flood waters had subsided. The overwhelming consistency of these flood legends from distant parts of the world indicates that they were derived from the same original event.

If you consider that nearly every part of the world has their version of the global flood and that most of the earth’s surface, even on the mountain tops are made up of sedimentary bedrock. Obviously, there was a worldwide flood regardless what the evolutionists claim.

This book provides proof of a Biblical worldwide flood and backs it up with geological data. The information in this book offers evidence of creation by an omnipotent God and a global flood as God’s judgment of a sinful world. It provides evidence as to what the earth was like before the flood. It was a world that after creation God had declared very good. Even after the fall of man, it was still paradise compared with the world we know today. The catastrophic effects of a worldwide flood changed this planet drastically.

 

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One thought on “The Biblical Flood — Proof & Effects

  1. Very good book. It is not something that I could sit down and read through in 1 sitting. everything I read lined up with the scriptures, and I found it to be very informative. Thanks Jerry, for all your hard work writing this and your previous book.

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