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Deluge (The Works Of David G. Phillips - 26 Volumes)
David G. Phillips
by Reprint Services Corp
Written in English
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The Book of Genesis gives the following brief account of the Deluge: God sees the wickedness of men, and determines to destroy them excepting Noah and his family (vi, ).
He reveals his decree to Noah and instructs him how he may save himself and the seed of all animal life by means of an ark to be built according to certain dimensions (vi, 9.
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