Paul Seely

Paul Seely is likely well known to serious students of the intersection of the OT and the ANE. He has written numerous pieces in several venues, including Westminster Theological Journal and Perspectives on Science and Christian Faith(formerly Journal of the American Scientific Affiliation). He has also delivered numerous papers at the annual meetings of the American Scientific Affiliation. His lifelong area of focus is Genesis 1-11. The book Inerrant Wisdom was published in 1989 through the non-profit organization he founded, Evangelical Reform, Inc.

  • The Flood: Not Global, Barely Local, Mostly Theological, Pt 3

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    The Flood: Not Global, Barely Local, Mostly Theological, Pt 3 | Paul Seely

    Unfortunately, there is no single word to my knowledge that could accurately categorize the Genesis Flood account. Parabolic Legend is the best I can do... Read More >

    Going Deeper PART 3 of 3
  • The Flood: Not Global, Barely Local, Mostly Theological, Pt 2

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    The Flood: Not Global, Barely Local, Mostly Theological, Pt 2 | Paul Seely

        There are so many similarities between the biblical Flood account and the Mesopotamian accounts that many conservative scholars have concluded that they go back to a... Read More >

    Going Deeper PART 2 of 3
  • The Flood: Not Global, Barely Local, Mostly Theological, Pt 1

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    The Flood: Not Global, Barely Local, Mostly Theological, Pt 1 | Paul Seely

    Before considering the scientific data, we must first determine a rough earliest probable date for the Flood. If the Flood is an actual historical event, it must touch down in... Read More >

    Going Deeper PART 1 of 3