It has been argued that ancient petrified coral reefs, such as El Capitan Reef in New Mexico, would have taken a tremendous time to have formed -proving that the earth is very old. This could be a valid point; assuming corals grew in the past at the same rate as it does today (which is doubtful) and assuming El Capitan corals grew in situ (i.e. in place). Research has shown that El Capitan is not an ancient coral reef of in situ coral. Instead it is a mound of broken pieces of coral that apparently were washed in and piled up. This could result from major water currents acting in a short period of time during the Flood.
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All the mountains were covered by around 22.5 feet! These verses make it pretty clear that this was a worldwide... fb.me/15oQZ8M6Z
This sounds like an actual ship log – date entry. Also imagine the eruptions of fountains of water from below,... fb.me/7TvsVvxvv
Here are our DCTI students enjoying some great hiking to some great geology - practically in our own backyard! fb.me/1aq1YYfeV
Here are our students as well as the students from Jackson Hole Bible College at one of their first stops of the... fb.me/1c1ikgsF5
Imagine this: The animals coming in to Noah. Everything is ready. They just need to close the door (on all those... fb.me/2zh3Nm3gl
Did anybody notice the verse before Ps 147:4-5 from yesterday’s post? Ps. 147:3 says “He heals the brokenhearted... fb.me/7WYIvl9N9
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Imagine what Noah felt like – knowing God’s plan for more than a hundred years building the ark and even the last... fb.me/713BYozZQ
God is intentional about preserving the created kinds on the Earth. fb.me/4my3Dlvec