Og, in Aunt Naomi's Jewish Fairy Tales and Legends
Og, in Aunt Naomi's Jewish Fairy Tales and Legends

Vorjack, blogger at Unreasonable Faith, has lent his support to our campaign for Giants to be included at the planned Noah’s Ark theme park (‘Ark Encounter’) in Kentucky.

Vorjack point out “there is more scriptural evidence for the existence of giants than there is for unicorns.” I don’t know quite what he has in mind, but the presence of “unicorns” in scripture does depend more on a peculiar KJV rendering than the Hebrew Bible.

Vorjack also asks whether King Og will feature at the park. This is a worthwhile question, given, as he points out, Jewish and Christian commentators have often tried to explain how the Giant (Rephaim) King Og (of Deut. 3) survived the flood (narrated in Gen. 6ff).

Momentum is gathering in this Giant campaign. The pressure is on Answers in Genesis to provide a scriptural answer.

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