The Rainbow Promise

A Global Flood

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This is Ken Ham, author, speaker, and blogger on science and the reliability of the Bible.

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Many Christians say Noah’s Flood occurred only in Mesopotamia. But this idea doesn’t come from the Bible, and, as we’ve seen this week, it has a lot of biblical problems. Well, here’s another one—if the Genesis Flood was a local Flood, God is a liar.

You see, after the Flood, God said whenever a rainbow was seen, it was a sign to Noah and his descendants he’d never Flood the earth like that again. But if it was just a local flood, God didn’t keep His promise! There have been thousands of devastating local floods since Noah’s day.

When we don’t trust God’s Word, we make him out to be a liar. But the Bible says, “Let God be true, and every man a liar.” Take him at his Word.

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