In various places around the world, you’ll find man-made structures built several thousand years ago. And what’s incredibly interesting is that they all look eerily similar.
In Egypt they built pyramids. In South America they constructed ziggurats. And in North America they made mounds. They’re all a bit different, but the similarities are striking. How did everyone think of the same idea?
Well, because, as the Bible tells us, mankind was once all together—and tried to build a giant tower into heaven! When God scattered everyone around the world, they took that building knowledge with them. They eventually built ziggurat-like structures elsewhere.
This post originally appeared at https://answersingenesis.org/media/audio/answers-with-ken-ham/volume-149/everyone-thought-of-the-same-thing/