This article focuses on the discovery of the Babylonian version of the creation account, namely, the Enuma Elish. The author observes a number of things from the account, including that gods were created, and that man was created to save the gods from working. The author attempts to establish the veracity and superiority of the creation account as presented in Genesis 1.
This article investigates the truth behind the flood narrative in the book of Genesis. This investigation includes taking into account evidence from the Babylonian Epic of Gilgamesh, archaeological and other evidence of Noah's flood, including that of Noah's Ark, the Table of Nations and the Tower of Babel.