Hi Mike, you wrote:
>Maybe your 2900 BC date is off a bit. If Noah's flood occurred before
>3000 BC the evidence it left in tree rings may have not made these
>studies. That I suppose is a possibility.
What I like about 2900 BC is that it agrees with others who have written
on the subject. For example: Davis Young who wrote, The Biblical Flood,
and Robert Best who wrote Noah's Ark. Each of us arrived at that date
independently based upon solid data and evidence.
Now you, who have done no research, decide we are all wrong!
Spend two years in the Library of Congress as I did, do the homework, and
then challenge us.
You have a keen intellect, and your point about Genesis 1:29-30 giving man
animals to eat was well-reasoned. But when the sheer weight of opposing
evidence swamps your case, know when to capitulate.
Yours in Christ,
Dick Fischer - The Origins Solution - www.orisol.com
"The answer we should have known about 150 years ago"
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