What Happened To Noah After The Flood

According to the Bible (specifically Genesis 9:1-29), after the flood Noah and his family exited the ark and began to repopulate the earth. After offering a sacrifice to God, Noah received a covenant from God promising that he would never again destroy the earth with a flood. This is often referred to as the Noahic Covenant.

Noah then went on to have three sons--Shem, Ham, and Japheth--who became the fathers of many nations. Noah lived for several hundred years after the flood, ultimately dying at the age of 950. The Bible says that he was a righteous man who walked with God, and that he had a lasting impact on the world through his descendants.

According to other ancient traditions, including those of Islam and Judaism, Noah continued to spread the word of God and teach his family and descendants after the flood. In Islamic tradition, Noah is considered a prophet of God who preached to his people to repent of their sins and turn back to God.

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Jamie Larson