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Flood and the Ten Commandments

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Submitted by suiwen servant of Christ (United States), Feb 6, 2007 at 22:23

This is how they got the great flood story:

The native americans and australians got the 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.

There is scientific evidence for the sumerian's flood.

The Chinese had their story predating the Muslims and the Christians. The Native Americans and Australians would not change their stories. There is also scientific evidence for a worldwide flood.

First you say Ice Age, now you say Sumerian flood.

Neither Ice Ages nor Sumerian floods can carve the Grand Canyon. Sumerian floods certainly do not create land locked body of waters. Neither do the both of your options create bone beds.

The Chinese stories and characters testify to the Flood and YHWH's creation.

Well Moses got his ten commandments from the egyptians.

Then I find it very ironic that Moses commanded the Jews to not make idols. This is one of the arguments atheist use, they shoot a web around every single civilization, religion, belief, or idea and anything that is similar to Christianity, they say Christianity stole from them. The Jews were a people who were very devoted to their culture and religion. They would never allow foreign influences on their religion and facts testify to this.

Again, you ignore my challenge that asked you to find me one male and female life that was changed by evolution.

You also have not responded to my wish in introducing Biblical prophesies.

I say all these things in love.

May God Bless You

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