Genesis 9:28

28 After the flood Noah lived 350 years.

Read Genesis 9:28 Using Other Translations

And Noah lived after the flood three hundred and fifty years.
After the flood Noah lived 350 years.
Noah lived another 350 years after the great flood.

What does Genesis 9:28 mean?

John Gill's Exposition of the Bible
Genesis 9:28

And Noah lived after the flood three hundred and fifty years.
] So that he not only saw the old world, and the wickedness of that, and the destruction of it for it, but an increase of wickedness again, the building of the tower of Babel, the confusion of languages, the dispersion of his offspring, and the wars among them in the times of Nimrod, and others: however, it was a blessing to mankind that he lived so long after the flood in the new world, to transmit to posterity, by tradition, the affairs of the old world; and to give a particular account of the destruction of it, and to instruct them in the doctrines and duties of religion. By this it appears, that he lived within thirty two years of the birth of Abraham. The Jews conclude from hence, that he lived to the fifty eighth year of Abraham's life: it may be remarked, that it is not added here as usual to the account of the years of the patriarchs, "and he begat sons and daughters"; from whence it may be concluded, that he had no more children than the three before mentioned, as well as from the silence of the Scriptures elsewhere, and from the old age of himself and his wife, and especially from what is said, (See Gill on Genesis 9:19).

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