There is an obscure passage in Genesis that is generally overlooked, but holds what I believe to be great insight into our early world after the flood. Genesis 10:25 states “Two sons were born to Eber: One was named Peleg, because in his time the earth was divided”.
I believe this passage describes a time when God supernaturally separated the continents one from another. The Bible says that Peleg (which means divide) was born 100 years after the flood and lived for 239 years. The time frame for the continental split would therefore have been 100 years after the flood until 339 years after the flood. The division is said to have taken place during his lifetime, but doesn’t say how long it took.
God knew before people did
The significance of this passage is truly amazing if we stop to examine the implications. Before the age of the sail…
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