Water Catastrophe – Evidenced within the Fossil Record!

Water Catastrophe – Evidenced within the Fossil Record!

Posted by on Nov 24, 2020 in Creation Nuggets | 0 comments

“The very nature of the fossil record testifies to a worldwide water catastrophe in the past.  In Germany, there are lignite beds (a form of brown coal) that contain large numbers of fossil plants, animals, and insects from various regions and climates of the world.  The detailed structures of these animals have been remarkably preserved and are striking proof of sudden burial.  Huge diatomite deposits near Lompoc, California, contain millions of beautifully preserved fish, usually in positions indicating sudden death.  Masses of fossilized fish have been found washed together and suddenly buried in Scotland, while 70 tons of dinosaur fossils were found at a 13,000-foot elevation in China.  How did they get buried so high?”

These pieces of evidence are exactly what one would expect to find after a worldwide flood like the one recorded in the Bible.

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