“And the waters receded continually from the earth. At the end of the hundred and fifty days the waters decreased” (Genesis 8:3 NKJV).
Where did all the water go from the flood in Noah’s day? Simply put, that same water is still in the oceans and seas that we see today! Calvin Smith explores this question in his video, Where Did the Water Go? Learn more below.
The account of Noah’s flood is not just contested by secular sources today but by many Christians as well. Many people champion the idea of Noah’s flood being a local event rather than the worldwide deluge described in Genesis 6–9. They often ask where all of the water went if it was a global flood.
Explore these issues in this video with Calvin, which is part of The Genesis Account of Noah’s Ark series on Answers TV.
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