How do you defend Noah's Ark after Tyson showed how the Great Flood was a Sumerian legend and retold 1,000 years later in the Bible?
Personally I strongly doubt Neil deGrasse Tyson makes things up. It seems obvious the people who wrote the Old Testament "copied and pasted" the exact same story from 1,000 years previous. If anyone was making things up it must have been those ancient people who knew they were writing fiction.
MY QUESTION: How do Christians defend a myth that is so obviously false, especially after what Tyson said on Cosmos?
Nothing personal Christians. I believed in the Noah's Ark story myself, back when I was six years old.
Many thanks for your answers because I'm really interested in how you explain this.