Skip to comments.The Reimagining of Noah
Posted on 11/19/2011 4:22:45 PM PST by truthfinder9
Whether or not you read the Bible, Genesis is a fascinating part of ancient writings. Especially the chapters prior to Abraham as these seem to reach back into prehistory. The style and content indicates that were not getting a year-by-year history, but major highlights of a vast and largely undocumented period in mans history. Hebrew scholars will confirm that the the genealogies in these chapters are unlikely to be complete. Genesis 6-8's talk of Nephilim, sons of God and a massive flood barely outline what was going on in this lost world. Wouldnt it be interesting if someone went back and filled in the details?
Now someone has.
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That actually sounds pretty interesting! Have you read it yourself?
It may be a tolerable fantasy novel.
Being a fan of Tolkien and Lewis, I’ll check this out.
The Current FReepathon Pays For The Current Quarters Expenses?
OK. Break time's over - 3 cubits to finish today...
Imagine the last, wild days before the end of a high-tech civilization and a cast of familiar characters thrust into unfamiliar settings. This is the story of Noah and the Ark like you’ve never read it before. About ...
I read this novel called “Antediluvian” about Noah...
Yes, liked it. Kind of a “historical fantasy.” Fantasy fans and “Christian fiction” fans should enjoy it.
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