The Flood: In the Light of the Bible, Geology, and Archaeology
Author: Alfred Rehwinkel
Publisher: Concordia Publishing
Release Date: June 01, 1957
When you begin to ponder the terrible judgement of the Flood waters that God used to completely destroy the first world, then immediately a number of perplexing problems present themselves. For example: - How can we explain the coming together of all the animals and birds from all parts of the world at one time? - How was it possible for eight people to feed and provide drink for all the different animals in the Ark for over a year? How was it possible for them to clean the Ark? - Where did all the water come from? Is there actually enough water on our planet to cover the entire earth? - How could the Ark accommodate the natural increase of the animals? Is the alleged discovery of the remains of Noah's Ark on Mount Ararat by a Russian aviator a true account? - What became of all the water when the Flood subsided? - Did the Flood waters rise to an elevation to cover such lofty heights as Pike's Peak, Mount Everest, Mount McKinley? - When did the Flood begin? How long did it last? - Where did Noah acquire the 'know-how' for building such a spacious and durable Ark? - How can we account for the rapid progress of the nations following the Flood? - What was the population? To all these troublesome questions -- and many more -- the author submits satisfactory solutions. From archeaology, excavations, honest historical research, Dr. Rehwinkel proves the inspired Word of God to be an absolute reliable source book -- also in dealing with natural phenomena and scientific facts.