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4 September 2017
→Sources: minor change per talk page, although I think that "aboard the ark" and "told to take aboard the ark" aren't basically different
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Undid revision by Forest51690 - Per WP:BRD, you need to STOP EDITING until you get consensus from other editors at Talk:Genesis flood narrative.
Granted; I see it is a book. Anyway, I don't see why you are reverting my change. What is wrong with it? Or why are you preferring one professor's book over others written by other scholars?
Undid revision 798537981 by (talk) we aren't using a magazine article but a book by Professor Eric H. Cline - please discuss this on the talk page
These widely-read commentaries certainly represent a significant interpretation of the text. Why would you accept a single Nat Geo article as a source and not these works? Do not suppress knowledge. What is wrong with my changes?
Reverted good faith edits by Forest51690 (talk): Please discuss on talk page. A 17th Century author and 2 from the 19th suggest this isn't a significantant view . (TW)
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Added more sources to the part on contradictions, moving the content to its own section. Previously there was only one source on the topic: a National Geographic article (Cline). Added more viewpoints, maintaining an overall neutral position.
1 September 2017
Undid revision 798426776 by Forest51690 (talk) We report what the sources says, please check the source
Not a clear contradiction. The 150 days in verse 24 is more likely referring to the total duration of the flood, whereas 40 days in verse 17 is more likely how long the water rose. Evident from the context: "the waters increased and bore up the ark"
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Undid revision 789917322 by 188.8.131.52 (talk) You could add material but don't remove well-referenced (and quoted) previous material
9 July 2017
Undid revision 789833423 by Special:Contributions/2A02:C7D:DA42:200:F8F5:E6ED:89B8:AF76 This is not the general Flood myth article
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6 July 2017
Undid revision 789253439 by Zarcademan123456 (talk) Unnecessary change, and removed a source
5 July 2017
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10 June 2017
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It's not a myth
8 June 2017
it's possibly the archetypical flood myth, which doesn't mean that it isn't true or based on something that happened
Because it's not a myth
31 May 2017
Reverted 1 edit by 184.108.40.206 (talk): Unhelpful. (TW)
→Sources: added traditional view
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Please read the comparative mythology section.
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This is very obviously relevant.
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27 May 2017
→Sources: Add quote for Cline p.20
Undid revision 782538589 by 22.214.171.124 (talk) Please see source, p.20, which discusses exactly this
→Sources: Genesis 7:17 says it rained for 40 days. 7:24 says it lasted (didn't go back to normal) for 150 days.