When Christians say, “Cultures all around the world have flood myths,” do they think this proves Noah’s Ark?

Do they really think that flood myths in various cultures prove that Noah’s Ark is a true story? Is this a case of confirmation bias? Are Christians so desperate to justify believing in absurd and impossible dogma that they will tenaciously cling to such weak and easily discounted evidence such as this? I mean,... show more Do they really think that flood myths in various cultures prove that Noah’s Ark is a true story? Is this a case of confirmation bias? Are Christians so desperate to justify believing in absurd and impossible dogma that they will tenaciously cling to such weak and easily discounted evidence such as this? I mean, what do flood myths in various cultures actually prove if anything? And in the Noah’s Ark myth, weren’t all the various cultures wiped out except for Noah and his incestuous family? So how could various cultures have flood myths if they were wiped out? Don’t flood myths in other cultures actually count as evidence AGAINST the Noah’s Ark myth?
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