Thanks for your opinion Jim.
for lots of creation/evolution information
personal stories of struggle
>From: email@example.com [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]On
>Behalf Of Jim Eisele
>Sent: Tuesday, April 30, 2002 8:12 AM
>Subject: Re: Black Sea Flood
>>I have updated my page on the Black Sea Flood based upon the article by
>>et al., which David Campbell mentioned. The page is
>where it says
>>>In 1997, William Ryan and colleagues suggested that the partial
>the Black Sea 7100 years ago was the source of the legend for Noah's flood.
>They suggest that the flood spread farmers throughout Europe and moved
>people out of the Black Sea to the south, carrying the legend with them. I
>don't think this will work for several reasons. It doesn't match the
>description of the Biblical flood. If all we christians want is a
>old flood regardless of what it is like the this will do as well
>as the next
>flood. But if we want to match the Biblical account, the Black Sea Flood
>won't do at all.>>
>Well, Glenn, you've done it again! Glenn, I have a lot of
>accounting experience. Not only that, I scored a 760 on my
>math SAT (before they made it easier).
>Once again, I scratch my head.
>The Bible places the flood somewhere between 2000 and 3000 B.C.
>What is your Biblical rationale for posting this type of information?
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