The Mosaic covenant is mentioned in a number of places in the Qur`an[Quran 2:63][Quran 2:83-84][Quran 2:93][Quran 4:154] as a memory of the Jews, two of whose tribes inhabited Medina at the time of Muhammad. The verses also mention some precepts of the Decalogue and, in God`s words, exhort the Jews to be insolent about them and to use violence against the prophets – a group of them called them liars and other prophets among them who killed them – [Quran 4:155] [Quran 5:70], although they agreed to keep them when the covenant was concluded. The Noahe covenant [Gen 9:1-17] applies to all mankind and all other living beings.  In this covenant with all living beings, God promises never again to destroy all life on earth by flooding[9:11] and creates the rainbow as a sign of this “eternal covenant between God and every living being of all flesh who is on earth.” [9:12–17] Gilgamesch`s first Sumerian poems date from the Third Dynasty (2100-2000 BC).  One of these poems mentions Gilgamesch`s journey to meet the flood hero, as well as a brief version of the flood story.  The first Akkadic versions of the uniform epic are dated to around 2000-1500 BC. Due to the fragmentary nature of these ancient bbylonic versions, it is not certain that they contain an extensive representation of the flut myth; Although a fragment definitely controls the story of Gilgamesh`s journey to Utnapishtim. The standard Akkadic version contained a long version of the flood history and was published by Sin-liqe-unninni between 1300 and 1000 BC. J.-C.  Christians see Jesus as the mediator of this New Covenant, and that his blood shed at his crucifixion is the necessary blood of the covenant: as with all covenants between God and man described in the Bible, the New Covenant is considered “a bond in the blood sovereignly managed by God.”  It has been theorized that the New Covenant is the law of Christ as it was spoken in his Sermon on the Mount.  Noah, along with Adam, Henoch, Abraham, Moses, Jesus, and Joseph Smith, is considered the leader of an evangelical period. An evangelical period is a period during which the Lord has at least one servant plenipotentiary on earth, who bears the keys to the sacred priesthood.  Noah became the means by which the gospel of Jesus Christ—the plan of redemption—is rebroadcast, the means, with the powers of divine transformation, including covenants of salvation and sacred acts, extended to men in an age called the gospel.
 The Hebrew term בְִּיית bĕriyth for “Covenant” comes from a root with the meaning of “cutting,” because pacts or covenants were made by the transition between cut pieces of meat from a victim`s victim.  According to Mendhenhall, pressure from outside intruders has led the linked loose Israeli tribes to come together in a monarchical unity for stability and solidarity. . . .