It is recorded in the book of Genesis that there came a time in human experience when wickedness seemed to prevail to such an extent that the thoughts and imaginations of mortals were only evil. This condition of thought led to the inevitable result, namely, error's self-destruction, and it was externalized in what is known in Biblical history as the great flood.
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