The problem with Noah’s flood

Friends,

Evolutionists always tell me Noah’s flood could not have happened. They ask, “Where did all that water come from?”

Well, could the water come from where the Bible said it came from? Compare this Bible quote with what Scientists found out in the BBC article. They found a type of rock … Rocks that had to have had water when they were formed, but do not have as much water in them now.

In the six hundredth year of Noah’s life, on the seventeenth day of the second month—on that day all the springs of the great deep burst forth, and the floodgates of the heavens were opened. 12 And rain fell on the earth forty days and forty nights.

From NIV Biblegateway.

Dr Sally Gibson from the University of Cambridge, who was not involved in the work, commented: “Finding water in such large concentrations is a hugely significant development in our understanding of the ultimate origin of water now present at Earth’s surface.”

from First BBC Article.

Second BBC article.

What do you think?

Wayne

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4 Responses to The problem with Noah’s flood

  1. Hi Wayne. I don’t have time to read all the comments right now but just wanted to let you know that it’s because the evidence is so strong for Biblical creation that Mark first came to believe it and reject evolution. We were so saddened to hear the statements by the Pope this week saying that God used evolution. It’s so sad to think that he thinks that scientists have proven evolution when the evidence is so much against it. He really should have done his homework.

  2. tildeb says:

    Wayne, Wayne, Wayne…

    From Scientific America:

    “Olivine is ringwoodite at this depth, a layer called the mantle transition zone. And it resolves a long-running debate about water in the mantle transition zone. The ringwoodite is 1.5 percent water, present not as a liquid but as hydroxide ions (oxygen and hydrogen molecules bound together). The results suggest there could be a vast store of water in the mantle transition zone, which stretches from 254 to 410 miles (410 to 660 km) deep.

    “It translates into a very, very large mass of water, approaching the sort of mass of water that’s present in all the world’s ocean,” Pearson told Live Science’s Our Amazing Planet.

    Plate tectonics recycles Earth’s crust by pushing and pulling slabs of oceanic crust into subduction zones, where it sinks into the mantle. This crust, soaked by the ocean, ferries water into the mantle. Many of these slabs end up stuck in the mantle transition zone. “We think that a significant portion of the water in the mantle transition zone is from the emplacement of these slabs,” Pearson said. “The transition zone seems to be a graveyard of subducted slabs.”

    Flood geology is religion based on belief in scriptural authority. When it comes to geology, however, reality simply doesn’t support it. It could, of course, if the scripture were factually true, but it doesn’t because… well, I hate to be the bearer of bad news but… scripture is factually wrong. There is no evidence where evidence should be plentiful that a global flood occurred and much evidence contrary to this explanatory model. This ringwoodite doesn’t change that one iota.

    • Wayne says:

      I think you assume you know things we just do not know.

      We do know, the ringwoodite was formed with water (hydroxide), and we do know some of the ringwoodite lost the hydroxides they had.

      How much? We do not know.

      But, I am the bearer of great news. Scripture is true, and Scripture is fact.

      Jesus loved you enough to create all of this. So, he could live, be tortured, die, and rise from the dead for you.

      Contrary to the Evolutionary model.

      Thank you for your post. Challenging as always.

      Wayne

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