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Author Topic:   Do oceans of water in mantle rock prove the flood?
NosyNed
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Message 25 of 108 (729721)
06-17-2014 7:18 PM
Reply to: Message 24 by Faith
06-17-2014 7:10 PM


Evidence
Bazillions of fossils are, ya know, VERY consistent with the idea of a worldwide Flood that killed, ya know, bazillions of living things.

Yes, some form of bazillions of fossils would be consistent with a worldwide, recent flood but not this set of bazillions of fossils that we actually see. That set of fossils and the pattern they present is not in any way consistent with your story.

And the strata themselves, those different kinds of sediments laid down one on top of another, are awfully like something that water does with sediments, ya know, yawn, sigh.

Again, water does lay down sediments as we see them but a single flood does not present a pattern like we see.

So sediments and fossils can indeed be evidence for your flood but not the real sediments and fossils that are actually there. It would have to be different sediments and fossils.

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