Noah’s Flood – Bible Stories for Adults 006
When some of us think of Noah’s flood, we think of cute cartoons of animals filing into an ark. It goes without saying there is a lot more to it than that. Besides the doubts some have about the logistics of the ark, what about the issue of God killing off his own children. Such a thought causes some to opine that God is a monster. That’s why we call it a Bible Story for Adults.
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We barely touched the surface of God’s salvation plan in this presentation. If you would like to know more, you can go to our Holy Days link, where God’s plan is explained in it’s seven steps through the biblical holy days.
Here is an interesting link to ABCNews and an article about new evidence of the biblical flood.
Today we’re continuing our series, called Bible Stories for Adults, and we’re covering the flood. And we’re asking the question, along with that, “Is God a monster?” Some people think that. I hear that a lot, as I’m a psychotherapist. People talk to me about God a lot. And one of the things I hear from them has to do with, “If God is a loving and all powerful God, why does He let genocide happen, war happen, cancer happen, starvation happen? He allows pedophiles, rapists, serial killers to do what they want to do. Some loving God!” That’s kind of the attitude some people have. One client even pointed to the flood of Noah to prove that God was a mass murderer. So is He? Well, let’s think about that today as we consider what the Bible tells us about the event and the lead up to it.