The plausiblity, internal consistency, and reliability of the historical flood in Genesis compared with other flood narratives from the ancient Near East
When we say the Bible is “inspired” and authoritative, are we referring to its ideas and teachings, or something more?
The human authors of Scripture always wrote precisely what God intended.
Who cares about the details of the Flood? This flippant attitude opened the door for attacks on the historicity of Genesis.
Genesis records the details of the Flood in a sequence we would not expect. That’s for a reason.
Jesus called Abel a prophet, though all we know about him is that his brother killed him. How could he be a prophet?
Several months ago, many Bible-believing students in high school were asking themselves: which Christian college should I attend? Their final choice is now turning into hard reality.
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