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Just because the Bible mentions a trait or act of an individual, even a godly person, does not necessarily mean that the Bible endorsed such. The mentioning of Noah becoming drunk and disgracing himself is mentioned, but certainly not condoned. Another example was the half-truth that Abram said regarding Sarai being his sister, and not his wife. Thus, just because the Old Testament patriarchs practiced plural marriage, that does not mean that God condoned it. In fact, God regulated it.

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