Deep Water There is a deluge of good arguments for a global flood
The Covenant with Noah
Did God Create Chaos? Unresolved Tension in Genesis 1:1-2
Did the Old Testament make use of imagery found in other ancient Near Eastern texts and portray creation as God’s victory over, and transformation of chaos. The article indicates that this understanding is often associated with the expression "tohu wabohu" (Hebr. in Gen. 1:2), translated as"formless and empty," and that many interpretations of Genesis 1:1-2 imply that this chaos existed before God began his work as Creator.
This article discusses redemptive-historical elements of the flood narrative. It considers the role of Noah as a type of Christ, the redemptive-historical foreshadowing of the new creation, the redemptive-historical purpose of the animals, and the redemptive-historical preservation of the Redeemer.
The Prediluvian Amalgamation
This article shows that the story in Genesis 6 leading to the flood reveals what happens when the church become attracted to the world.
Genesis 4:17-22 – The Prediluvian Period: A Significant Genealogy - Chronology
This article looks at the genealogy and chronology of Genesis 4:17-22 and its relation to the flood.
The Nations after the Flood
This map shows the spread of the nations after the Flood. It is based on Genesis 10, which lists the descendants of Shem, Ham and Japheth.
The Ancient Near East Between 3000 and 2000 BC
What did the ancient Near East look like before the flood? This map shows human settlements in this area in the time of Noah and the flood.
Fossils and the Flood
In contrast to the theory of evolution, this article shows the creationist explanation of the formation of fossils by linking them with the biblical account of the Flood.
Genesis 6-9 - Flood Theology: Why Does Noah's Flood Matter?
Mourning the neglect of the story of the Flood, this article shows that Genesis 6-9 is important in understanding the storyline of the Bible in terms of creation, de-creation and recreation. The story of the Flood is also important to understanding the biblical theme of the Bible leading toward Calvary.
Genesis 6-9 - How Should We Then Read Genesis 6-9?
This article looks at what it means to read Genesis 6-9 in its proper context. The author shows how the story of Noah and the Flood is distorted when placed in a context outside of its biblical context.
The Flood: Fact or Fiction?
This article is about the epic of Gilgamesh and the history of the flood, the early history and the table of nations, and the tower of Babel.