For this they willingly are ignorant of, that by the word of God the heavens were of old, and the earth standing out of the water and in the water:(2 Peter 3:5) KJV
The peer review driven narrative of popular science (SciPop) wants you to believe that there’s no evidence of a world-wide flood. A world-wide flood would have left debris everywhere.
So where’s the evidence? How do we resolve this? This month we’ll take a guided tour through the stratigraphic column with Wilson N. Stewart. He’s an interesting character. When we were in grad school many years ago we had a conversation with our advisor, Patricia Gensel, about his book, Paleobotany and the evolution of plants. Dr. Gensel let us know that some of the other faculty weren’t happy with her choice of textbook for her Paleobotany class because, they said, Stewart made it seem too much like there was a global flood.
This significance of this was lost on us at the time and we scoffed at the mention of such an idiotic notion. It’s been percolating through our brain recently and we have to wonder if perhaps Dr. Stewart is another Kepler-type, who has built the Death Star of SciPop with a weakness like a small thermal exhaust port.
We’re going to show you how every bit of the stratigraphic column is a description of an ecosystem or habitat buried in Noah’s flood, or an upheaval which happened subsequent to the flood. It wasn’t deposited over millions of years.
First we have to firmly establish why there’s a difference between the Precambrian and everything that comes after it. To make a long story short, the Precambrian was deposited on the second day in response to the creation of gravity.
Noah’s Flood – Navigation
|1||Introduction||2 Peter 3:5|
|2||Sedimentary, My Dear Watson||Jonah 2:6|
|3||Life Began in Zero-G||Genesis 1:2|
|4||The Second Day||Genesis 1:6-8|
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