Noah And Disaster Planning: The Cultural Significance Of The Flood Story
Dynes, Russell R.
Disaster Research Center
Disasters are both interesting and infrequent. Thus, understanding them usually depends on stories others tell us. Such stories frame our understandings and imaginations. With those stories at hand, we comprehend reality and history on the basis of what everyone knows. At times, however, it is useful to examine what everyone knows.
Religion , Floods-general , Disaster Preparedness , Humor