Tuesday, 18 December 2012

Noah’s Flood Was Unique

Joel Kontinen

After the global flood of Noah’s days, God promised never again to destroy all life by a devastating flood.

Some people think that Noah’s Flood was merely a local deluge. However, God used the rainbow as a sign that He would never let such a devastating flood destroy the earth.

Since then, we have heard of many local floods. For instance in 1955 floodwaters rose high in the streets of the small town of Gilgandra in New South Wales, Australia.

But it was not at all like the global flood described in Genesis.