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  1. I think the real problem with the people at Babel was their unified rebellion, or potential rebellion, against God. The fact that they were one people helped them believe that they were invincible. I don’t think that God reacted to the tower itself as much as he reacted to the motivation behind it. So I don’t see where flying to the moon would recreate the Babel scenario. It seems that the idea behind the tower, an entrenched one-world government, is intrinsically opposed to submission to the creator of the universe.

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