This is significant because this allows increased strength and the possibility of a tremendous structure.It is these fine details of the biblical text that show historical narrative as the structure of these passages.
Several people have asked about the timing of Biblical events within the framework of old earth belief.
With this article, I hope to answer some of those questions, although as you will see, we cannot be very accurate with these dates.
Not everyone throughout the modern world, however, accepts the story of Noah and the Flood.
Many totally disbelieve the story, seeing it as a simple myth or fiction.
Because there is no archaeological evidence of buildings from antediluvian civilizations, the Tower of Babel was the first major monument ever built of which any evidence might remain.
The biblical history of the Babel community shows that they used fire-baked bricks rather than sun-baked bricks.
Yet these people do not believe in a worldwide or global flood.
Both of these groups—those who totally deny the historicity of Noah and the Flood and those who accept parts of the story—are persuaded in their disbelief by the way they interpret modern science.
Typical of some modern scholars, one author recently discounted the events of the Flood by using such terms as “implausible,” “unacceptable,” and “impossible”; he stated that believers who would hope to provide geologic or other evidence regarding the historicity of the Flood “can be given no assurance that their effort, however sustained, will be successful.” revealing his disbelief that the Flood actually took place.