Tag Archive: Noah’s flood

Mar 24

Michael Oard – Evidence Some Woolly Mammoths Asphyxiated from Dust

Occasionally, observational data provides confirmation of creationist predictions. An example is the prediction by Humphreys of the magnetic fields of the solar system planets. Another is the prediction that some woolly mammoths in the permafrost of Siberia, Alaska, and the Yukon Territory of Canada died of asphyxiation while breathing blowing dust. The prediction of death …

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Mar 13

Dr. Andrew Snelling – Five Mass Extinctions or One Cataclysmic Event?

Many scientists claim the fossil record shows many mass extinctions separated by millions of years. Does the Bible give a better explanation? Imagine relaxing at your dream vacation spot. Do you prefer a tropical forest, lush and humid, where fragrances from exotic flowers overwhelm your senses? Or a sandy coast, where the sun warms your …

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Feb 09

Mike Oard – How did the Waters of Noah’s Flood Drain Off the Continents?

Many ask: “If Noah’s Flood really covered the whole earth, then where did the water go?” This question has a simple answer, and once we understand what happened and how, we can see the reality of the biblical Flood all around the world. The floodwater is in the oceans Actually, the Bible tells us where …

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Feb 02

Andrew Snelling – When Continents Collide

When geologists assume the earth changes slowly, they overlook astonishing evidence of Noah’s global Flood. Writing in the early 1800s, lawyer-turned-geologist Charles Lyell radically changed how people look at the world. Using his legal training to build cases, he argued convincingly that the earth’s piles of rock layers were formed over millions of years by …

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Dec 11

Murray Adamthwaite – Gilgamesh and the Biblical Flood (Part 1)

In a previous article (See: Is Genesis 1 Just Reworked Babylonian Myth?), I discussed the allegation that the author of Genesis 1 borrowed from Enuma elish, the so-called Babylonian creation story, and concluded that there was no real relation at all, other than garbled—and generalized—versions of creation finding their way to mythologies about inter-necine conflicts …

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Aug 22

Book Review: Atlantis: Fact or Fiction

Atlantis is one of those stories that seems to perpetually captivate the imagination. From movies made by Disney to books that attempt to find support for civilization actually existing, say the word Atlantis and all manner of ideas come to mind. But did Atlantis really exist in some for or fashion or was it merely …

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May 24

Lita Cosner – The Global Flood: According to the New Testament

Many Bible skeptics regard Genesis 1–11 as mythical, copied from Enuma Elish, the Epic of Gilgamesh, and other such ancient writings—so not only is it a primitive myth, it’s not a particularly original one, in their view. We’ve often written about the characteristics of Genesis that show it claims to record history. Sadly many believers …

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Jan 27

Tim Chaffey and Jason Lisle – Old Earth Creationism on Trial: Prosecution – Extent of the Flood

by Tim Chaffey and Jason Lisle Often overlooked in the debate between old-earth creationists and young-earth creationists is the biblical account of the Flood. John Ankerberg hosted a debate between young-earthers Ken Ham and Dr. Jason Lisle and old-earthers Dr. Walter Kaiser and Dr. Hugh Ross on the John Ankerberg Show. This debate was filmed …

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Jun 08

John Leslie – Religion, Science, Philosophy And How Each Interfaces In The Noah Flood Account

Introduction In the context of discussing the Noah Flood Account a correct understanding of it as a narrative can be better ascertained by a correct understanding of the fields of religion, science, and philosophy. These three categories are part of the fabric of every human being. How one views and integrates them together will affect …

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Dec 12

Dr. Andrew Snelling – Did Meteors Trigger Noah’s Flood?

Have you ever wondered what triggered the Genesis Flood? Genesis 7:11 tells us that a unique geologic event took place at the same moment as the Flood began: “In the six hundredth year of Noah’s life, in the second month, the seventeenth day of the month, on that day all the fountains of the great …

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