Creation Geology Explained

Guests: Doug Sharp and Rich Geer

Description: Two quick hits in the news: new sub viral snippets of code in the human digestive tract called “obelisks” that have specific jobs, and speculations about the inner ear of a fossil ape helping it to walk upright.
Then a discussion of chapter 2 of Don’t Let Your Geology Mess Up Your Theology: Creation Geology Explained. This is an outline of the interpretation of of geologic formations from a Biblical Flood model. It starts with the creation of the earth and its landforms on the second and third days of the creation week. Life abounded in the period from the creation of the world to the flood. The fountains of the deep were broken up and the windows of heaven were opened up during the flood. It rained for 40 days and 40 nights. The waters prevailed on the earth and covered all the high hills and mountains. Two creationist models for how that work are popular: Catastrophic Plate Tectonics and the Hydroplate Model. All the land dwelling animals were buried in the sediment except those on the Ark. These formed layers of sediment, coal, oil and gas. The flood lasted 150 days and the waters returned off the earth after 150 days. There was a drying period after the flood, and a new weather pattern with warm oceans piled moisture and snow on the continents, creating an ice age.


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