The Story of Noah

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How should we understand the story of Noah in Genesis 6-9? What are some of the issues involved? Dr. John Walton of Wheaton College explains.

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Dr. John Walton is Professor of Old Testament at Wheaton College. His recent research has focused on comparative studies between the Old Testament and the ancient Near East. He is a leading expert on Genesis and has a passion for teaching the text in a way that sheds light on complex issues between science and faith.

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  1. I do enjoy Dr. Walton and his approach to Genesis. Is it related to the Gilgemesh Epic or it an historical event? If it did happen and is not just a theological story, I would have to say that it is a local flood. I am an Old Earther who believes in the Day-Age Theory. I do not believe dinosaurs lived with mankind.

  2. I do enjoy Dr. Walton and his approach to Genesis. Is it related to the Gilgemesh Epic or it an historical event? If it did happen and is not just a theological story, I would have to say that it is a local flood. I am an Old Earther who believes in the Day-Age Theory. I do not believe dinosaurs lived with mankind.

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