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Submitted by John of Science (United Kingdom), Feb 6, 2007 at 06:38

I'm guessing that the Australians, Native Americans, and Chinese got their myths from the Sumerians? Just because the Sumerians were the first to document did not mean that the Jews stole it from them. What I am trying to say is that the Jews were the only ones who got the Flood story right. That is why the dimensions of the Ark is stunningly accurate. Notice how most of the other Flood myths if they are continued have sexually perverted entities (such as the Greeks, Babylonians, etc) while the Jews maintained a strictly pure society and their God was perfect.

This is how they got the great flood story:

The native americans and australians got they story about in 16th and 17th centuries when the europeans came and discovered the new world. The chinese must have got theres from the romans or the muslims.

They is scientific evidence for the sumerians flood.

Do not kill, lie, steal are all laws we must follow thanks to the Ten Commandments. Mind you, Christianity is not a court system. Again, you ignore my response in that Christianity tries to help the people of this world. And you seemed to have ignore my challenge to you as well.

Well Moses got his ten commandments from the egyptians.

John of Science

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