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Noah's Flood
Noah's Ark and Flood with animals enterring

Selected Confessional Lutheran Resources
on the Global Flood and Noah's Ark.

Creation-Evolution Q&A 
Warren Krug, LSI Journal 2013. 

Question #18: What evidence is there for a global flood?
Excerpt: In addition to what we read in Genesis, there is a surprising amount of evidence that the earth once experienced a global flood. 

Question #19: Was Noah’s Ark large enough to handle all the animals that would have boarded the vessel?
Excerpt:  People who have a hard time picturing how all the animals could have fit on Noah’s ark often make at least one or two basic errors. First, they underestimate the size of Noah’s ark.
  ... Secondly, these people greatly overestimate the number of animals that would have been on board.  ... The biggest error in overestimating the number of animals on the ark is to equate the biblical kind with today’s species.

 
Disclaimer
Views expressed on this website, especially those from sources other than LSI, are not necessarily the views of LSI.  In addition, LSI is a WELS group.  There is theological variance between the WELS and some of the Confessional Lutheran church bodies represented in essays and books found on this website.

 
The Cataclysm
Eric Blievernicht, LSI Journal, 2002, 3 pages.
Excerpt: "Today geologic uniformitarianism is almost universally recognized to have shortcomings and to be unable to explain all geologic data. Neo-catastrophism has developed, which teaches that the earth has suffered many small catastrophes such as meteor impacts, massive vulcanism, local floods and earthquakes. However, they still try to minimize the evidence for catastrophism by always reverting back to slow and gradual uniformitarianism wherever possible. As a result evidence for the Cataclysm [Noah's Flood] is broken up into a thousand different minor disasters believed to have taken place in the past, with invisible periods of time passing between each."

The Flood and How It Relates to Science
by Ted Nommensen, LSI Journal 2005, 9 pages.
Sections:
The earth before the Flood.
The purpose for the Flood.
The chronological events of the Flood as related in the Bible.
The effects on plants during the Flood.
The effects on animals living at the time of the Flood.
The possible effect on the geology of the Earth as a result of the Flood.
The Flood According to Rehwinkel
Warren Krug, LSI Journal, 2010, 6 pages.
Review of a famous Lutheran book "The Flood in the Light of the Bible, Geology, and Archaeology" by Dr. Alfred Rehwinkel.
See our LSI Book LIst for other reviews of this book and where the book can be purchased.