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.
This article discusses the human sinful motives behind the Tower of Babel, which include pride, passion for power, and other sinful delights. The author contrasts Babel with Jerusalem, the call of Abram, and the day of Pentecost. His emphasis is on the contrast between two loves: love of self and love of others.