Flood by Design

Flood by Design

Receding Water Shapes the Earth's Surface

eBook - 2008
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There are features on the earth's surface that science cannot explain with theories of changes over millions or even billions of years by the geographic processes that are seen occurring commonly today. However, when the evidence is explored from a biblical worldview, the geological features marking the planet's surface make sense given the worldview catastrophic flood described in the book of Genesis. Join author Mike Oard as he explores what is termed as 'the retreating stage of the flood', the seven month-period when the waters receded and familiar landscapes were formed by a myriad of processes like uplifts and sinking, erosion, and more, which answer important questions regarding: Unusual dispersals of rocks over hundreds of miles. How quickly mountains and valleys were carved. Emergence of continents and the formation of ocean basins. Percussion marks shaped by vast and violently moving water. Why very gradual erosion and deposits of soil cannot explain surface formations. The study of geomorphology and what it can reveal. Flood by Design takes readers into a fascinating aspect of the Genesis flood that may never have been considered. Examine unusual rock formations and evidence that only the biblical flood model can fully explain. Filled with many photographs and easy-to-understand illustrations and charts, the book is a powerful source of research and answers for high school students and beyond.
Publisher: [United States] : Master Books : Made available through hoopla, 2008.
ISBN: 9781614581659
Branch Call Number: eBook hoopla
Characteristics: 1 online resource
Additional Contributors: Walker, Tas
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