“And he sent forth a raven, which went forth to and fro, until the waters were dried up from off the earth.”
King James Version (KJV)
Tim sarumi's comment on 2015-07-05 04:47:31:
I perceive that God did that to replicate what happened in the garden of Eden ...the Raven would be Cain and the dove Abel just like before,the first been untrustworthy and the second been for God,Good and Evil let free on the earth
Arthur Thompson's comment on 2014-09-01 12:58:51:
My problem with the noah 's story is if the whole earth was covered with water how far did the raven went, around the world,or just a localize area?
gj hyatt's comment on 2014-02-10 10:40:47:
this didnt catch my eyes until i started to read my Bile through again dont know why i didnt see this the first time around as i start to read the 2 time around i see things things i really missed the first time so if any one has some good answer on this would like to know maybe it does have something to do about future events for us all i know know it makes u want to now more about all the Bible
david's comment on 2013-09-19 22:25:39:
It seems as if there is a certain meaning behind Noah's sending forth of a raven before sending the dove. I mean it never says that the raven returned. And did it fly until the waters were dried up enough to land somewhere. No, it just says it flies until the water is dried up. And why wouldn't it eventually bring some kind of evidence back, as did the dove, of their being able to get off the ark?
Is there a principle God wants to convey to us using the raven and the dove?
Is this a foreshadowing of a future event?