Originally posted by RJHinds
You must not have viewed the video. It was obviously a worldwide flood, because a series of local floods at different parts of the world does not work.
RJ, if the definition of "the world" should change in another, say 500 years to include the moon where maybe people live, mars where maybe people live, moons of another planet like mars where people possibly may live, how should we understand a "world wide flood" then ?
When people read the Bible say 500 years from now, should they then understand your expression of "the Worldwide Flood" to include all these places ?
Will future fundamentalists insist that waters covering the tops of all mountains must include mountains on mars, on the moon, on those moons around mars ?
If someone argues that that expression in Genesis means the mountains just on the planet earth, would they be not accepting the literal text ? It says all the mountains under heaven were covered.