When Jesus said in Matthew 24: 37-41 that when he returns to rapture the remnant of believers, his true church, the body of Christ, that those days will be as it was in the days of Noah and the Flood, was he really referring to just a local flood in Noah’s day, some swollen river or slight sea level rise which therefore obviously could not have killed all those who did not enter the Ark?
So you can see that those skeptics today who deny Noah’s flood as it’s clearly described in the Bible, the flood which covered the earth, must logically deny the impending rapture of the true church out of the unbelieving world, and therefore, call Jesus a liar on both counts, seeing him really as just some lunatic, hardly worthy of the name Messiah.
There is no good reason to deny the words of Jesus, after all, he is the Word become flesh having dwelt among us, with his belief that Noah’s Flood, as described in the Word, having been a real event of ancient history. Don’t deny it, as it would be unwise to doubt that the rapture of the church will happen perhaps sooner than many believe. The Bible surely is the infallible word of God, history and prophecy coming true.
If you doubt the veracity of the Bible as an accurate book of ancient history, its timeline and Noah’s Flood the real deal, then checkout http://globalflood.org, and http://genesisveracityfoundation.com, to see that all of the Bible is true, even the oft’ mocked book of Genesis, the science of the future, old school man.