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Before Noah's Flood: Noah's Boys in the City of Mother Earth. Adventure, Romance, and Hope in the Face of Catastrophe

How do you keep a positive outlook when the whole world is going off a cliff?   In this classic adventure for all ages, an aging patriarch relates his thrilling experiences in the Last Days of the Old World, an antediluvian time of decline and impending catastrophe much like our own.   A budding young inventor, Japheth’s peaceful plans are shattered when calamities strike, and his life becomes filled with perplexing moral questions, conflicting desires, and a seemingly endless series of dangerous challenges.   Bolstered by his solid upbringing at the feet of the patriarchs, a healthy sense of humor, and the support of his faithful brothers Shem and Ham, Japheth survives sudden disasters, resists seductive beauties, and narrowly escapes death from monstrous behemoths.   When corrupt politicians betray their homeland, the sturdy brothers fight, but are taken as hostages to the powerful but doomed City of Mother Earth.   Determined to do what is right, the brothers turn the d

Were Biblical Behemoths Actually Dinosaurs?

Noah’s Boys in the City of Mother Earth is a thrilling tale set in the perilous Last Days before Noah’s Flood, a time remarkably like our own.   In some of their adventures, the heroes of the story encounter giant behemoths, huge animals that seem identical to dinosaurs.   Could people actually have co-existed with dinosaurs? How else could you explain the following descriptions?   “Look now at the behemoth, which I made along with you; he eats grass like an ox.   See now, his strength is in his hips, and his strength is in his hips, and his power is in his stomach muscles.   He moves his tail like a cedar; the sinews of his thighs are tightly knit.   His bones are like beams of bronze, his ribs like bars of iron.   He is the first of the ways of God; only He who made him can bring near His sword.   Surely the mountains yield food for him, and all the beasts of the field play there.   He lies under the lotus trees, in a covert of reeds and marsh.   The lotus trees cover him with th

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