To what end? One thing I've noticed here is that there are still a great many people who has this all obsessive need to be right. Perhaps the great flood is a complete myth, or perhaps it was a local phenomenon that the ancients believed happened over their whole world, or perhaps it truly was worldwide. In any case, it is good folklore to be sure.
It wasn't worldwide. That's the point Gary.
I live in a country that was not flooded 4000 years ago. It is a living and archaeological testament to that fact and you can go into any of our museums and universities or to the Department of Conservation and verify it.
To assert that there wasn't a flood isn't attacking a person, any more than asserting that the WT isn't chosen by God is attacking a Jehovah's Witness.
Whether, or not, Jesus was lying, or is illigitimately portrayed as lying now, or in the past, is an issue that has to be understood in light of the fact that there was no global flood in Noah's day.