Deluge myth

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"The Deluge", frontispiece to Gustave Doré's illustrated edition of the Bible. Based on the story of Noah's Ark, this shows humans and a tiger doomed by the flood futilely attempting to save their children and cubs.

A Deluge myth or Flood myth is a coined name that our current atheistic world gives to some historical events. The flood is an actual historical event which took place 4,000 years ago. Many people call it a myth but, there is archeological evidence to back it up such as, many animal fossils found stuck in stone around the world. This flood was sent by God to destroy the civilization at that time for their sexual immorality and unbelief. Also, in those days, some of the fallen angels had babies with many of the women so, God needed to start fresh. He chose Noah and his family because, they were they only pure and righteous ones found on the Earth. Later, God promised Noah he would never flood the Earth again. He put a rainbow in the sky to remind us of his promise but now, the homosexual agenda has hijacked the rainbow as a symbol of same sex love. The rainbow was an original promise of God about not flooding the Earth again. It has no relationship to sex and relationships. The story can be found in multiple cultures which outweigh the minority of unbelievers. Well-known examples that are falsely believed to be myths include, the story of Noah's Ark in the Bible, the Hindu Puranic story of Manu, Deucalion in Greek mythology or Utnapishtim in the Epic of Gilgamesh.