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Saint Louis, Missouri, U.S.A. 1951 Pictorial Softcover Twenty-Sixth Printing Fine 8vo-over 7?"-9?" tall. "To help these students and others like them over this difficult and ... dangerous period is the chief reason for this study and its publication. A careful study of the Biblical account of the Flood will prove that this fearful world catastrophe offers the most reasonable solution for most or all the difficulties which confront the student of historical geology and which tend to disturb his faith in the truth and reliability of the Bible. " This book has 374 pages and is illustrated. Read more Show Less

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  • ISBN-13: 9780570031833
  • Publisher: Concordia Publishing House
  • Publication date: 5/28/2000
  • Edition number: 2
  • Pages: 372
  • Product dimensions: 5.42 (w) x 8.15 (h) x 1.15 (d)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 14, 2001

    The Ark - does it really exist?

    While you may ask why anyone would want to read a book about 'The Flood,' to me the possibility of one day actually being able to see the remains of the ark for myself has always intrigued me. Some believe the event to be a myth or legend. Alfred M. Rehwinkel explains how nearly every nation and tribe in the entire human race has a flood myth. The peoples of Egypt, Mexico, America, India, Pacific Islands, Asia, Australia and Africa all have a story to tell. It seems to deny the existence of a flood rejects the most ancient and most sacred traditions of universal humanity. One of the most fascinating discoveries is also recorded in this book. The great Gilgamesh Epic was found in the ruins of the Assurbanipal library in Nineveh. The narrative bears a striking resemblance to the writings of Moses in Genesis. It was in fact written centuries before. According to the author, there are many reasons modern man has rejected the possibility of a flood. Many scholars do however believe it to be the greatest catastrophe in the history of the earth. Alfred M. Rehwinkel goes into great detail and shows how the ark was in fact quite capable of holding a great number of animals. He explains how many of the animals at the time could be found in the vicinity and that the climate, animal and plant life, where vastly different in Noah's time. He answers the following questions in detail: 1. Where did all the water come from? 2. When did 'The Flood' begin? 3. What was the population of the earth before 'The Flood.' 4. Why was there a flood and why was Noah saved? He also goes on to show how the earth would have in fact been a virtual paradise with a warm climate and food for all. In his opinion, the earth was rich with resources and most likely sustained a great number of people. He also believes they had reached a high level of civilized culture. He basis his opinions on archeological discoveries. A diagram on page 10 also explains how if the earth was perpendicular to the plane of its orbit, there would have been no change in the seasons. The seasons may in fact be a result of the earth tilting 23 1/2 degrees at the time of the flood. If you are interested in archeology, you will enjoy reading about the fossil remains and how many different species were found all in one location in mass graves. This goes against modern geology, which is based on a system of biological evolution. (Oh, by the way, I have a Trilobite fossil my father brought me from Russia.) This book does in fact succeed in bringing to our attention, the most outstanding evidence for a universal flood from a geological and archaeological standpoint. The most fascinating part of this intellectual work was the story of a Russian aviator named Mr. Vladimar Roskivitsky. He actually claims to have seen the remains of Noah's Ark on Mount Ararat in 1942.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 12, 1999

    Paradise Lost - What a Pity for Pangaea (sp)

    A fascinating look at theories of our world's development in Chapter One. Thoughful. Intelligent reading for anyone looking for the 'real story'. I highly recommend it for a bible study class, or anyone doing a college paper.

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