Was Noah’s Flood Global or Regional?
Many modern theologians reject the idea that Noah’s Flood surrounded the globe, and they confine the event to a small area in Mesopotamia. Scientist Dr Robert Carter and apologist Keaton Halley discuss what the Bible actually says about the scale of the Flood, the historical shift in the church’s interpretation, and the role that the sciences of geology and genetics play in the debate.
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Links and Show Notes
Was the Flood global?
The Genesis Flood and Noah’s Ark: Fact or fiction?
Where was Eden?
Charles Lyell’s hidden agenda—to free science “from Moses”
Sedimentary blankets: Visual evidence for vast continental flooding
The Church Fathers on the Genesis Flood
The earth: how old does it look?