Cargill on that Peculiar Flood In Genesis 6-9

Also understand that the “slippery slope” claim of “all of the Bible is true or none of it is true” is simply an unnecessary rhetorical device designed to keep readers from doing precisely what scholars do every day: analyze each claim in the Bible on a case-by-case basis. It is not necessary to accept an “all or none” stance towards the Bible.

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Also understand that the “slippery slope” claim of “all of the Bible is true or none of it is true” is simply an unnecessary rhetorical device designed to keep readers from doing precisely what scholars do every day: analyze each claim in the Bible on a case-by-case basis. It is not necessary to accept an “all or none” stance towards the Bible.

The Bible and Interpretation.

Well worth the read and the discussion which will follow.

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6 Replies to “Cargill on that Peculiar Flood In Genesis 6-9”

  1. Yes it was quite an amusing article. Funny though, nobody here has even heard of the recent ‘discovery’ let alone the ‘debunking’ and nor has anyone at home I know of either and if it had been reported on the news which it wasn’t, nobody would have been silly enough to take any notice anyway. If the american biblioblogs hadn’t advertised it so persistently I wouldn’t have heard about it either. It’ll probably turn up in New Idea in a couple of months, minus the debunking. 😉

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