s with evidence for the Flood, it turns out to be a lot simpler than we first expect -- Fossils n stratified sediments prove the Flood just fine...
Only if you hand-wave away all the dating, otherwise you are faced with the fact those "fossils [in] stratified sediments" are spread out over billions of years, not a single flood year.
Oh, and you have to hand-wave away the fact that those stratified sediments show the development, growth, evolution, and extinction of tens of thousands of separate species over those vast spans of time. Those events aren't going to occur in a single flood year.
So, to believe in the flood you have to ignore, rationialize, misrepresent, or deny a huge amount of real-world evidence. Fortunately, all it takes is a simple "wave of the hand" and it all goes away, eh?
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