How old was noah hathaway during the neverending story?
The narrative of Noah and the Flood is in Genesis ch.6-9. Because the Flood was a worldwide event, it was recorded (with sometimes varying details) by hundreds of widely-scattered peoples. It is the Hebrew Bible which preserves the original wording unblemished by idolatrous drivel, something which the Sumerians and others failed to do. See also: Evidence of the Flood
If the story of Noah and the biblical Flood is literally true, then absolutely everyone is descended from Noah. However, there are sound and convincing reasons for believing that the story of Noah and the biblical Flood is not literally true. Black Africans do have the same ancestry as the rest of humanity, but this was far earlier than the biblical story.
the name Canaan is synonymous to Tagalog word " Kanaan" (commiting sins without boundary) .The story was about the wrong intention of Cham(son of noah) he looked the naked body of his father noah and commited sin (maybe homosexual orientation) .Noah knew what his son cham did so he cursed canaan (the offspring of Cham) because he knew what kind of people are the sons of Canaan.
Explain how the epic of Gilgamesh is similar to the story of Noah from the Christian and Jewish holy books?
A: If the biblical story of Noah and the great worldwide flood were true, we would all be descendants of Noah - every single one of us. However, scientists dismiss the Flood story as purely mythical, as do many theologians and biblical scholars. On this view, Noah did not really exist and therefore does not have any descendants.
Another answer from our community: The story of Noah can be found in every bible ever printed in the book of Genesis chapters 6 through 10. These chapters describe a wicked world ripe for judgement with only Noah and his immediate family being righteous. God destroyed the whole world with a flood and saved all kinds of animals and Noah and his family to repopulate the earth afterwards.
A sample introduction of a love story could be "The Notebook" by Nicholas Sparks. The story begins in a nursing home, with Noah Calhoun reading to Allie Hamilton. They are married, but Allie has Alzheimer's and for the most part does not remember or recognize Noah. To her, he is "Duke" and he reads to her from her diary, a story of their love, in the hopes that she will come back to him.