The contemporary church would benefit immensely from a rediscovery of the compelling writing of Smith, Hitchcock, and Miller.  The specific exegeses of Genesis espoused by these individuals may be open to criticism, but it is to their credit that they viewed the growing body of extrabiblical evidence devastatingly opposed to the traditional ideas of the deluge not as a threat to faith but as an occasion for reaching a better understanding of Genesis.

 

Young, Davis, The Biblical Flood, pg. 152.

Davis Young is a professor at Calvin College

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