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Flood Myth in Plato's Timaeus

Posted by fachad on October 30, 2002, at 23:34:43

In reply to Mr Noah, posted by Dreamerz on October 30, 2002, at 19:24:16

Just an interesting factoid. I was reading Plato's Timaeus last week and there is a story of a global deluge. It is very similar to the Noah story.

I guess whether you consider that as confirming the biblical account or as showing it's origin to be in common human myth depends on your starting assumptions.

> Mr. Noah built an ark
> Howdy Howdy do.
> And on the ark there was a cow
> Howdy howdy do.
> With a moo moo here
> and a moo moo there
> everywhere a moo mooooooo
> Mr. Noah built an ark
> Howdy howdy do.




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