The biblical Flood: a case study of the Church's response to extrabiblical evidence
Eerdmans, 1995 - 327 pagini
Using the biblical flood as an example, Young contends that the church has not always handled evidence well in grappling with scientific matters and issues a call to biblical scholars to interpret the Genesis text more rigorously in light of current scientific knowledge.
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The Flood in Early Jewish Thought
The Flood in Early Christian Thought
The? Flood in the Middle Ages and Renaissance
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