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Author Topic:   Solving the Mystery of the Biblical Flood II
lfen
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Message 196 of 234 (133873)
08-14-2004 4:20 PM
Reply to: Message 192 by Minnemooseus
03-04-2004 1:43 PM


Re: Interesting question, to which I would have to say no and maybe yes.
My brother brought to my attention the work being done on the flooding of the Black Sea with the idea that that event provided a historical experience that would be the basis for a legend of a world wide flood that came to be the mythical story of Noah.
National Geographic - 404
I don't see how that could be proven though.
lfen
edit: I mean I don't see that it could be proven that it was the basis for the myth. The evidence for the Black Sea flooding seems to be good.
This message has been edited by lfen, 08-14-2004 03:21 PM

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lfen
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Message 199 of 234 (133895)
08-14-2004 6:43 PM
Reply to: Message 198 by jar
08-14-2004 5:07 PM


Black Sea Noah's Flood hypothesis
Jar,
That is more recent than what I found. So I guess maybe not.
lfen

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