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Published On : April 22, 1997

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God Chooses To Destroy Humankind By A Global Flood, Noah And
His Sons Are Spared, It Was Genesis Flood Not Noah's Flood,
Mount Everest And Noah's Ark Error, Forty Days And Nights Of
Rain, Bowels Of The Earth Ripped Open, Earth Is Divided Into
Continents, Pangaea Laurasia And Gondwanaland, Watery Earth
In The Beginning, Dry Land Appears, Rain Stops And The Flood
Waters Are Calmed, Mountain Chains Are Formed, Highest Hills
And Mountains And Submerged By The Flood, Earth Is Divided
During The Days Of Peleg, The Birth Of Nations And Languages,
Covered In Water For One Hundred And Fifty Days, The Earth Is
Dried Up, Formation Of Valleys Mesas And Canyons, The Fossil
Layers Are Formed, Desolate Earth & Humanity's Second Chance,
Ark Rests On Mountains Of Ararat, Noah Sends Raven And Dove

The following is an updated version of an article which I
originally wrote back in April of 1997. At that time, I was
moderating my own FidoNet newsgroup, as well as running a
BBS, (Bulletin Board Service), called "The Treasure Trove
BBS", or "TTT BBS" for short. This article takes a closer
look at what really happened during the cataclysmic event
which we today refer to as "Noah's Flood". In actuality, it
was really God's flood; and its purpose was to remove man's
wickedness from the face of the Earth. Noah, his sons, and
their wives, were simply the individuals whom God had chosen
to spare in order to keep humanity from total annihilation,
as we see by the following verses, taken from the Authorized
King James Bible:

"And GOD saw that the wickedness of man was great in the
earth, and that every imagination of the thoughts of his
heart was only evil continually. And it repented the LORD
that he had made man on the earth, and it grieved him at his
heart. And the LORD said, I will destroy man whom I have
created from the face of the earth; both man, and beast, and
the creeping thing, and the fowls of the air; for it
repenteth me that I have made them. But Noah found grace in
the eyes of the LORD. These are the generations of Noah:
Noah was a just man and perfect in his generations, and Noah
walked with God. And Noah begat three sons, Shem, Ham, and
Japheth. The earth also was corrupt before God, and the
earth was filled with violence. And God looked upon the
earth, and, behold, it was corrupt; for all flesh had
corrupted his way upon the earth. And God said unto Noah,
The end of all flesh is come before me; for the earth is
filled with violence through them; and, behold, I will
destroy them with the earth."
Genesis 6:5-13, KJV

"Which sometime were disobedient, when once the
longsuffering of God waited in the days of Noah, while the
ark was a preparing, wherein few, that is, eight souls were
saved by water."
1 Peter 3:20, KJV

At any rate, perhaps it would be more appropriate to refer
to this event as the Genesis Flood, because Noah certainly
didn't cause the Flood; he and his family just experienced

This article came about as a result of an exchange between
two individuals who visited my BBS, who were attempting to
refute the Biblical account of the Flood which occurred in
the days of the Patriarch Noah. Part of their conversation
was the following::

User 1 : And in order for the Ark to have been the ONLY
thing showing above the waters, it would have had to have
been on Mount Everest.

User 2 : And the tallest peak in the Ararat Mountains is a
volcano that didn't exist at the projected time of the Ark.

It seems to me that in their attempt to try to discredit the
Bible, these two fellows were overlooking a few important
details. For example, if one carefully reads the account that
is found in Genesis 7:10-8:14, he will discover that nowhere
does it specifically say that the mountains of Ararat were
the only points of land showing above the receding waters at
that time. What we are told, is that the mountains of Ararat
were simply the resting place which God apparently chose for
the Ark, and nothing more. I can only conclude then, that
this idea of the Ark being the only thing showing above the
water, is something which this individual was purposely
interjecting into the equation, in order to try to validate
his argument.

The above quotes paint a rather distorted view of what really
happened so long ago. They give the impression that there
must have been just one lonely peak, that is, Mount Everest,
poking out of the water. Since this individual is assuming
that Mount Everest was the highest peak at that time, he then
erroneously deduces that Noah's Ark should have been drawn to
it like a magnet, and settled upon it. However, his reasoning
is seriously flawed, as you will come to understand in a

It is my view that Genesis 8:4-5 is merely focusing on the
area of the world where the Bible tells us that the Ark came
to rest, and not necessarily stating that the mountains of
Ararat were the only visible mountain peaks. Genesis 8:4-5
states as follows:

"And the ark rested in the seventh month, on the seventeenth
day of the month, upon the mountains of Ararat. And the
waters decreased continually until the tenth month: in the
tenth month, on the first day of the month, were the tops of
the mountains seen."
Genesis 8:4-5, KJV

In case you missed it, please notice that in those verses,
the words "mountains" and "tops" are plural. Nowhere does it
specifically say that only the top of one mountain, or that
only the mountains of Ararat were exposed at this time. It
simply says "the tops of the mountains". Obviously, if the
Lord used the natural force of gravity to lower the water
level evenly all around the world, then depending on the
elevation of the mountains which existed at that time, some
peaks would appear first, some would appear simultaneously,
and some would appear last of all. But the fact remains that
the Lord chose the mountains of Ararat as the resting place
for the Ark, and not Mount Everest.

Furthermore, to even suggest that God would choose Mount
Everest as the resting place for the Ark, seems ludicrous to
me. If God was concerned with preserving mankind, as we know
He most certainly was, He was not going to have the Ark rest
on a treacherous frozen peak which has been measured at over
29,000 feet in height. Not only that, but how in the world
would Noah and his family, not to mention all of the animals,
survive up there, much less come down from that dangerous
precipice? In contrast, Mount Ararat is not quite 17,000 feet
in height; and the surrounding mountainous area of Turkey is
at an even lower elevation. This topography was obviously
much more conducive to the survival of mankind than Everest
could ever be.

As an interesting side note, in the Hebrew language, the
name "Ararat" actually means "the curse reversed", or "the
precipitation of curse". It was used to denote the ancient
country of Armenia. Today, Armenia is a small nation of a
few million people, located at what is now the junction of
four countries: Turkey, Georgia, Azerbaijan and Iran. Mount
Ararat is located in extreme eastern Turkey, although there
is a town in Armenia by the name of Ararat as well.

At any rate, this silly argument that these Bible debunkers
are trying to use in order to try to add some legitimacy to
their argument is totally false and unfounded. The imaginary
scene they have created of a worldwide ocean from which one
mountain peak is sticking out, is a distortion of the truth,
and is not based upon facts.

Now, if one slows down a bit and takes the time to look even
closer at the events described in the pages of the Book of
Genesis, they will discover a few interesting things. For
example, in Genesis chapter seven, verses six and eleven, we
are told that the rains began to fall on the seventeenth day
of the second month of Noah's six hundredth year of life, as
we see here:

"And Noah was six hundred years old when the flood of waters
was upon the earth . . . In the six hundredth year of Noah’s
life, in the second month, the seventeenth day of the month,
the same day were all the fountains of the great deep broken
up, and the windows of heaven were opened."
Genesis 7:6, 11, KJV

Verses four, twelve and seventeen of the same chapter also
tell us that it rained for a period of forty days and nights;
in other words, for well over a month straight, as we see

"For yet seven days, and I will cause it to rain upon the
earth forty days and forty nights; and every living substance
that I have made will I destroy from off the face of the
earth . . . And the rain was upon the earth forty days and
forty nights . . . And the flood was forty days upon the
earth; and the waters increased, and bare up the ark, and it
was lift up above the earth."
Genesis 7:4, 12, 17, KJV

Furthermore, the Flood was not just a result of torrential
rains. rain. We are told in the eleventh verse that the
fountains of the deep were broken open. The actual Hebrew
word that's used in the verse is "baqa". Pronounced baw-kah',
the Hebrew lexicon defines it as meaning to split, cleave,
break open, divide, break through, rip up, break up, or tear.
Based upon that definition, it can be understood in several
ways. It could mean that God ripped open the Earth in order
to release the vast amounts of water which were stored in
subterranean caverns. Another possibility is that the phrase
"fountains of the great deep broken up" may be referring to
the worldwide ocean being divided into separate bodies of
water. However, the first possibility makes a lot more sense,
because as you will see in a moment, we are told in the very
first chapter of the Book of Genesis, that God created the
various seas and oceans in the very beginning, when the dry
land first appeared. Genesis chapter one thus represents the
first reshaping of the Earth's surface, as far as we know.

Another theory I heard recently, is that the "fountains of
the deep" being broken up may be referring to submarine
volcanic activity. Of course, I would think that the action
of the ocean floors being broken open would in itself result
in widespread volcanic activity. If this is indeed the case,
and it does seem likely that it was, not only would it cause
the oceans to heat up, but it would obviously result in a
lot of steam being pumped into the atmosphere, which would
further fuel the torrential rains which fell upon the Earth
during those forty days and forty nights. So, this theory
has a lot of merit, and it would certainly help to answer
the question of Bible critics who skeptically ask "Where did
all of the rain come from?". Anyone who lives in the tropics
and who has experienced the awesome fury of tropical storms,
hurricanes or typhoons, is more than familiar with how much
rain can be dumped upon the Earth in the matter of a few
hours. Multiply this by forty days and forty nights, and one
begins to understand how the Flood was in fact possible.

Following the generally-accepted assumption that the Earth
was once one undivided land mass, as tectonic evidence seems
to indicate, and as many Bible scholars and scientists tend
to believe, verse eleven could mean that it was at the time
of the Genesis Flood that God broke up or physically divided
the Earth into its current seven continents. This would have
undoubtedly resulted in great earthquakes, tidal waves, the
shifting of some mountain ranges, and the creation of new
ones. Within scientific circles, this huge ancient land mass
or "supercontinent" is referred to as "Pangaea". Some people
believe that at some point in time, Pangaea eventually broke
up into a northern supercontinent, referred to as "Laurasia",
and a southern supercontinent, referred to as "Gondwanaland",
or simply "Gondwana". As continental drift continued, these
two great land masses eventually resulted in the formation of
our seven distinct continents, according to scientific views.

Regardless of exactly what occurred at that time, the Bible
informs us that between these two events, that is, torrential
rain and the reshaping of the Earth's oceans and land masses,
the entire Earth was once again engulfed by water. The planet
was totally inundated, just as occurred when the Lord first
created it, resulting in the annihilation of humanity, except
for those eight individuals in Noah's Ark. It is my personal
understanding that the Earth possessed no dry land in the
very beginning when God first created it; there was just one
vast dark ocean, as seems to be indicated by the following
verses. It was some time after that that God made the dry
land to appear:

"In the beginning God created the heaven and the earth. And
the earth was without form, and void; and darkness was upon
the face of the deep. And the Spirit of God moved upon the
face of the waters . . . And God said, Let the waters under
the heaven be gathered together unto one place, and let the
dry land appear: and it was so. And God called the dry land
Earth; and the gathering together of the waters called he
Seas: and God saw that it was good."
Genesis 1:1-2, 9-10, KJV

In Genesis 7:24 through 8:2, we are told that God caused the
rain clouds, or "windows of heaven", and the fountains of the
deep to stop following the first forty-day period. We're also
told that He then calmed the waters, as we see here:

"And the waters prevailed upon the earth an hundred and
fifty days. And God remembered Noah, and every living thing,
and all the cattle that was with him in the ark: and God
made a wind to pass over the earth, and the waters asswaged;
The fountains also of the deep and the windows of heaven
were stopped, and the rain from heaven was restrained;"
Genesis 7:24-8:2, KJV

As you can see, the word used in the previous set of verses
is "asswaged", which in modern English is also written as
"assuage". The translators of the Bible were very careful
regarding their choice of words. "Assuage" is derived from
the Hebrew word "shakak". Pronounced shaw-kak', it means to
pacify, calm, abate or subside. So it seems then that this
may be referring to the fact that God calmed the might waves,
the tsunamis. He did two things in these verses: He stopped
the rain and other sources of water, and He also calmed the
waves. I would think that the continents must have already
been divided or broken up by this time, in order for the
calming effect to have occurred. It is also possible that
some of the world's current mountain chains were formed at
that time, or at least were destined to form, as a result of
the slow continental drift effect which may have begun at
that time, and which would eventually result in tectonic
plates crashing into each other.

As a Bible-believing Christian, you may have assumed that
the mountains that we see today are the very same ones that
were created in the first chapter of Genesis. However, to be
honest, we really don't know that for certain. All we really
know is that Genesis 7:19-20 appears to indicate that the
highest hills and mountains of that time were covered over
by approximately twenty to thirty feet of water, or fifteen
cubits, as we see here:

"And the waters prevailed exceedingly upon the earth; and
all the high hills, that were under the whole heaven, were
covered. Fifteen cubits upward did the waters prevail; and
the mountains were covered."
Genesis 7:19-20, KJV

Please note that the length of a cubit was not exactly the
same in each of the ancient cultures. It varied in length
from about seventeen inches to twenty-one inches, and was
determined by the measurement from a man's elbow to the tip
of his middle finger.

So again, exactly how high those mountains actually were, we
really don't know for sure. All we can assume is that when
God broke up the fountains of the deep, whether that means
the division of the Earth's continents and oceans, or simply
the breaking open of many subterranean lakes and rivers, in
either event, it must have resulted in the formation of some
new land formations. In short, the Flood would have resulted
in a second reshaping of the Earth's surface, the very first
event having occurred when God first made the dry land to
appear in Genesis chapter one.

Even today, thousands of years later, we are still able to
find very clear signs of these ancient cataclysmic events.
Consider, for example, the beauty, magnificence and power
that is revealed in Yosemite Park by the huge, mysterious
granite monoliths. What ancient upheaval created these
massive structures, if not the Flood which occurred in
Noah's day? In my mind, they stand as silent witnesses to
the truth of God's Word.

Another interpretation of events which has been suggested is
that the Earth began to slowly divide into its current land
masses beginning in the days of Peleg, about one hundred to
one hundred and ten years after the Genesis Flood. In the
tenth chapter of Genesis we find the following verses:

"And unto Eber were born two sons: the name of one was Peleg;
for in his days was the earth divided; and his brother’s name
was Joktan . . . These are the families of the sons of Noah,
after their generations, in their nations: and by these were
the nations divided in the earth after the flood."
Genesis 10:25, 32KJV

It is interesting to note that the word "divided" is derived
from the Hebrew word "palag", and the name "Peleg" likewise
means "division". Taking the previous two verses together, I
am of the opinion that they are not referring to the actual
physical division of the Earth into continents, but rather to
the division of the inhabitants of the Earth into different
language groups. This appears to be verified by the fact that
the very next verses in the chapter begin to describe how God
chose to confound the followers of Nimrod at the Tower Of
Babel, by giving them different languages. In chapter eleven
we also find the following account:

"And the LORD said, Behold, the people is one, and they have
all one language; and this they begin to do: and now nothing
will be restrained from them, which they have imagined to
do. Go to, let us go down, and there confound their
language, that they may not understand one another’s speech.
So the LORD scattered them abroad from thence upon the face
of all the earth: and they left off to build the city.
Therefore is the name of it called Babel; because the LORD
did there confound the language of all the earth: and from
thence did the LORD scatter them abroad upon the face of all
the earth."
Genesis 11:6-9, KJV

If this division of people into different nations occurred
before the supercontinent began to be divided by rift valleys
-- a process which eventually resulted in Pangaea breaking up
into our present-day continents -- it would certainly help to
explain why there's such a diversity of people throughout the
planet. In other words, if, following Babel, they had already
migrated to the different parts of the supercontinent before
it began to break up and slowly drift into other parts of the
world, they would have gone right along with those various
segments. As we have already discussed, just examining a map
or globe quickly reveals how nicely the world's land masses
could have fit together at one time, just like a giant jigsaw
puzzle. It may very well be that when God broke up the deep
in order to cause the Flood, it seriously weakened the super-
continent, but it took some time, hundreds of years or more
perhaps, before rift valleys began to appear, which in the
long run physically divided that huge continent. So God may
have chosen to confuse and divide the people by language
first, and then He divided them geographically as well when
Pangaea eventually broke apart, and each section was slowly
separated from the rest by ever-widening oceans, and the
force of continental drift.

But let us return now to the topic of the Genesis Flood and
Noah's Ark. As we saw earlier, after forty days and nights,
the Lord caused the rains to stop, and He calmed the waters
as well; however, it doesn't mean that the flood waters just
suddenly disappeared. The previous Scriptures tell us plainly
that the flood waters prevailed upon the Earth for a period
of one hundred and fifty days. In other words, it took that
long for them to gradually return to their natural borders,
whatever they may have been at that time. Furthermore, we're
informed that it wasn't until the second month of the next
year -- or Noah's six hundred and first year of life -- that
the Earth was completely dried up. Consider these verses:

"And it came to pass in the six hundredth and first year, in
the first month, the first day of the month, the waters were
dried up from off the earth: and Noah removed the covering of
the ark, and looked, and, behold, the face of the ground was
dry. And in the second month, on the seven and twentieth day
of the month, was the earth dried."
Genesis 8:13-14, KJV

Can you fathom what a monumental event is being described for
us here? Some Bible critics like to claim that the Flood was
just a "localized event". They totally reject the idea of a
Global Flood. Yet, in my view, the sheer magnitude of what is
being described in the pages of Genesis disputes their claim.
It rained for forty days and forty nights; but then look how
long it actually took for the waters to dry up and to recede
from the Earth.

Those verses may be referring to the fact that after having
so much water on the Earth for a period of one hundred and
fifty days, or five months, following the actual forty days
of rain, there must have been a lot of thick layers of mud
and silt which had to be dried up before it would really be
safe to leave the Ark. In other words, when Noah removed the
covering of the Ark, he could see the dry ground. The water
was gone, but it still wasn't a safe place to walk; so Noah
waited almost another two months until the twenty-seventh
day of the second month. Perhaps this allowed time for all
of that mud to be sun-baked.

It seems plausible that it was probably during this same time
period, while the Flood waters were slowly draining into the
lower basins of the Earth which had been especially prepared
by the Lord, that the world's great valleys, mesas, canyons,
and other surface structures were also carved out while the
mud was still soft. Their current-day features certainly seem
characteristic of a worldwide Flood; especially if seen from
a high altitude. In my mind, the neatly-carved layers found
in such locales as the Grand Canyon, and the flat tabletop
appearance of mesas, clearly attest to a slow, settling of
the waters following a Global Flood. To actually believe that
such an awe-inspiring wonder as the Grand Canyon was created
over thousands or millions of years by the Colorado River,
seems quite ludicrous to me. For me personally, it requires
more faith to believe in that theory, than it does to believe
in the Genesis account. Many of you reading this article have
undoubtedly gone to the beach and played in the sand. If you
pour a bucket of water onto the sand, it will quickly carve
out miniature-sized gullies and channels. Why then, is it so
difficult for some people to imagine this happening on a
global scale as well?

Thick layers of mud were not the only by-product of the Great
Flood. That ooze was filled with the remains of pre-deluvial
humanity, as well as the former plant life and animal life.
It seems quite likely then, that it was during this period
that all of the fossilized layers were created; and to this
day, we are witnesses to God's mass burial of His former
creation, in layer after layer of earthen, sun-baked tombs,
hardened by both time and pressure.

While my previous interpretation of Genesis 8:13-14 seems to
make sense, I suspect that there may possibly be a somewhat
different explanation for what we are being told there; but
you won't be able to see it, simply by reading the verses in
English. Allow me to explain. While the word "died" is used
twice in those verses, in actuality, a different Hebrew word
is used in each verse. The first occurrence of "died" comes
from the Hebrew word "charab". Pronounced khaw-rab, it means
to lay waste, make desolate, or to be in ruins. It also means
to dry up, but that is its second definition in the Hebrew
lexicon. If we choose to accept the first definition, then
the new picture we get is that when Noah removed the covering
of the Ark and looked out upon the world, he was surrounded
by desolation and ruins everywhere. The Earth was not a very
hospitable-looking place. So then we are informed again that
about two months later, the Earth was dried; but this time,
the Hebrew word that is used solely means to be dried up of
water and moisture. It has nothing to do with being in a
state of waste, ruin or desolation.

There is one other interesting point regarding this issue. In
addition to the fact that it may have taken almost another
two months for the Earth to really dry up, what else may have
happened during this time? What occurred to me is that Noah
had a boatload of animals, and all of those animals certainly
needed something to eat. So is it possible that during those
almost two extra months, new vegetation began to grow on the
Earth? It's interesting to note that in the next five verses,
God gives Noah the commandment to leave the Ark, as we see

"And God spake unto Noah, saying, Go forth of the ark, thou,
and thy wife, and thy sons, and thy sons’ wives with thee.
Bring forth with thee every living thing that is with thee,
of all flesh, both of fowl, and of cattle, and of every
creeping thing that creepeth upon the earth; that they may
breed abundantly in the earth, and be fruitful, and multiply
upon the earth. And Noah went forth, and his sons, and his
wife, and his sons’ wives with him: Every beast, every
creeping thing, and every fowl, and whatsoever creepeth upon
the earth, after their kinds, went forth out of the ark."
Genesis 8:15-19, KJV

In short, God knew precisely when it would be safe for Noah,
his family, and the animals to leave the Ark, in order to go
about repopulating the Earth. In my view, this appears to be
a more accurate interpretation of events, as described in the
previous verses of Genesis.

Let's move on now to another important point. In Genesis 8:4
we are told that the Ark rested upon the mountains of Ararat
in the seventh month, as we see here:

"And the ark rested in the seventh month, on the seventeenth
day of the month, upon the mountains of Ararat."
Genesis 8:4, KJV

Please carefully notice the time frame when the ark rested.
We are told that this event occurred in the seventh month.
Does this verse mean that the Ark literally sat upon the
mountains of Ararat at that time, that is, in the seventh
month? Does it even mean that the Ark rested upon solid, dry

To answer my own questions, well, not necessarily. From a
closer reading of the surrounding verses, we can gather that
the true meaning of the word "rested" here might be that the
Ark simply ceased movement; it became still in the water. Up
until that time, it was undoubtedly being buffeted by huge
waves; but once the rains and mighty waves had stopped after
the first forty days, Noah felt confident enough to send out
first a raven, and then the first dove to see if it was safe
yet; but of course we know that it wasn't. The main point I
wish to emphasize to you is that after the first forty days,
when we are told that the Ark settled upon the mountains of
Ararat, there was still NO dry land to be found by the dove;
thus it returned to the Ark. This important fact seems to
support the understanding that the Ark resting means that it
simply stopped moving; it became calm in the waters which
still covered the mountains of Ararat. Perhaps it was even
lodged in a kind of cove formed by some of the submerged
peaks, but it was not yet sitting upon dry, solid ground. In
fact, in the original Hebrew, the word translated here as
"rest" is "nuwach", pronounced noo' akh, which means to rest,
settle down and remain, to repose, to have rest, to be quiet.
Following are the verses where these particular events are
covered in Genesis:

"And the waters decreased continually until the tenth month:
in the tenth month, on the first day of the month, were the
tops of the mountains seen. And it came to pass at the end
of forty days, that Noah opened the window of the ark which
he had made: And he sent forth a raven, which went forth to
and fro, until the waters were dried up from off the earth.
Also he sent forth a dove from him, to see if the waters
were abated from off the face of the ground; But the dove
found no rest for the sole of her foot, and she returned
unto him into the ark, for the waters were on the face of
the whole earth: then he put forth his hand, and took her,
and pulled her in unto him into the ark. And he stayed yet
other seven days; and again he sent forth the dove out of
the ark; And the dove came in to him in the evening; and,
lo, in her mouth was an olive leaf pluckt off: so Noah knew
that the waters were abated from off the earth. And he
stayed yet other seven days; and sent forth the dove; which
returned not again unto him any more."
Genesis 8:5-12, KJV

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