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Methuselah


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I have a question for the Christians: science shows that the tree named Methuselah predates the flood by centuries, so if it germinated before the flood, how did it survive it? This question is really posed to those that believe that the world was fully flooded and not just a region.

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I had always wanted to visit Byblos and got there some years back. It's in the Lebanon and the only thing that obviously stands out about it is the remains of an ancient city that you can walk around.

 

The reason I wanted to visit it is that it's the oldest continually inhabited city in the world, being continually inhabited for 7,000 years. Other towns in the area have been continually inhabited for nearly as long. All predate the date of creation (6,012 years ago) so god can't have noticed them when he was busy creating the world. They seemed to have coped quite well, even when they lived six miles underwater for most of a year.

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