Any study of the origins of the Gentiles must commence with an investigation into the Flood. At that time, the Lord commanded the prophet Noah to build an ark because He informed Noah of the impending destruction that awaited the wicked inhabitants of the earth as a result of their many injustices committed against the weak and their neighbors. The Lord’s patience had worn thin after He had sent numerous prophets and messengers whom the people decided to ignore, though these men apprised the masses of the coming consequences. To better understand this narrative, the Book of Moses must be consulted. Herein a portion of Enoch’s testimony reveals how this great prophet lamented the portending calamity about to befall the people. Yet, despite this grime prognostication, Enoch received the knowledge that Noah’s children would be the vessels through which the earth would be repopulated. Thus, the Plan of Salvation, in effect, would be rebooted. Undoubtedly, this is an interesting concept to contemplate.