Christian Apologetics Study



The Bible Codes show Noah’s Flood. The equidistant letter spacing (ELS) codes were found in the books of Exodus and Leviticus. The ELS codes were found in Exodus 40:25 to Leviticus 7:3. The largest ELS code is negative -2960 and the smallest ELS is negative -18. The Hebrew words for Noah, flood, water, boiling, rain, comet, Earth, quake, mud, and giant were all found in relatively close proximity. The ELS codes appear to say that earthquakes and boiling water flooded the Earth and destroyed the pre-flood giants because of a comet or meteorite impact on the Earth.

The Biblical Flood occurred approximately 1656 years after the creation of the first humans (Masoretic Text Date) based on the assumption that no gaps exist between Adam and Noah’s 600 birthdate. The event is described in the Biblical book of Genesis, wherein the entire world was covered with water as a deliberate act of God. Only a small number of humans and animals survived through an ark that was built by Noah under instructions from God. The flood account is described in the Jewish books of Genesis, Jasher, Jubilees, and Enoch. The flood event is also recorded in ancient histories in various forms across cultures worldwide. It is described in the Islamic Qur’an. Direct references occur in the Critias and Timaeus of Plato, and the ancient Babylonian Epic of Gilgamesh.

Several theories have been put forth to explain the source and eventual recession of these waters. While early models held to the existence of a vapor canopy as supplying the flood waters, the majority of creation geologists now support the waters from beneath the Earth’s crust as responsible. Supporting this long-held view, subterranean water reservoirs have been recently discovered revealing oceanic-level water quantities below the Earth’s crust. Others estimate that the total water underground may be five times more than the amount of water in above-ground oceans

The exact depth of this water within the Earth’s crust varies with different models. The Hydroplate theory places the water below a 10 mile thick crust, the remnants of which are now the continental crust. The Hydroplate theory is the first flood model to deal with the springs of the great deep. Modeling the springs of the deep is an important aspect of any Flood model and one where hydroplate theory excels. It is an important aspect of flood geology but one that still requires much work.



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