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Author Topic:   Was there a worldwide flood?
Coragyps
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Message 199 of 372 (420634)
09-08-2007 7:42 PM
Reply to: Message 198 by Repzion
09-08-2007 5:31 PM


Re: So When Was this Flood?
The Sumerians recorded four kings in the first Dynasty of Kish as living more than one thousand years and several others as living three hundred years or more.

The Hebrews recorded a passel o' folk living 930 years, 969 years, and the like. What's your point here? Do you think that the accepted dates for Sargon somehow depend on the Sumerian's own mythical chronology?


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Coragyps
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Message 333 of 372 (511130)
06-06-2009 11:27 AM
Reply to: Message 325 by Peg
06-06-2009 1:17 AM


Or underwater reefs such as the one found in the Australian desert areas such as the Flinders Ranges Oodnaminta Reef

That's one of those features, like the Horseshoe Reef 2 km below my chair, that make the idea of a one-year flood and a young earth completely ludicrous, Peg.

How do reefs form?


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