Assuming that mankind was so wicked, god needed to wipe them out to start over again - why was it necessary to kill of most of the animals? It can hardly be assumed that the animals were wicked as well. It seems almost cruel that God would do this. If he just wanted to kill of the human population, couldn't he have just sent a plague to kill off everyone but Noah's family?Answer Question
Asked by Anonymous at 7:55 AM on Mar. 3, 2010 in Religion & Beliefs
Answer by sati769leigh at 7:57 AM on Mar. 3, 2010
Answer by eva123 at 8:09 AM on Mar. 3, 2010
Answer by jewjewbee at 8:13 AM on Mar. 3, 2010
Because the sheep were baaaaaaaad.
Answer by beeky at 8:18 AM on Mar. 3, 2010
And the cows were low, the dogs were rough, the mules were jackasses, the giraffes were high and the elephants kept blowing their own horn.
Answer by beeky at 8:45 AM on Mar. 3, 2010
The lions lied and the cheetahs cheated.
Answer by beeky at 8:47 AM on Mar. 3, 2010
Answer by IhartU at 9:05 AM on Mar. 3, 2010
Answer by JonesboroGypsy at 9:11 AM on Mar. 3, 2010
Answer by JonesboroGypsy at 9:12 AM on Mar. 3, 2010
It says daughters of men not angels fornicating and procreating with Rhinos and lions. I guess you see what you want though.
Also, obviously God DID make a mistake if he had to destroy the world and start over. Again, you see what you want though.
Answer by IhartU at 9:16 AM on Mar. 3, 2010
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