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Where is the garden of Eden in Mesopotamia?
A map representing River Tigris and Euphrates (Source: Britannica encyclopedia) The exact location for Gihon and Pison is unknown. Gihon is associated with the land of Cus, which is located in the northeast of the Persian Gulf. So, having some boundaries, it means that the Garden of Eden is somewhere in Mesopotamia.
Is the garden of Eden a real place?
Whether or not you believe this to be true history or a purely symbolic or legendary account, it seems undeniable that the Bible itself treats the Garden as a real place. The Garden is said to have been located in the land called Eden, which was in the East.
What are the four rivers in the garden of Eden?
The Bible names four rivers that watered the garden known as the Pishon, Gihon, Tigris, and Euphrates ( Genesis 2:10-14 ), the other lands that these rivers flowed to and even what some of those lands were famous for. This Garden in Eden had a real location.
What happened to the garden of Eden?
If most of the sedimentary strata over the earth鈥檚 surface (many thousands of feet thick in places) is the result of this global catastrophe as creationists believe, then we would have no idea where the Garden of Eden was originally located鈥攖he earth鈥檚 surface totally changed as a result of the Flood.