Did you know that when a clam dies, it's shell opens?  Did you further know that, according to evolutionists, it takes millions of years to fossilize?  Finally, did you know that Mt. Everest is 29,035 feet above sea level and quite far from the beach?  So we can conclude that it would be impossible to find fossilized clam shells in the closed position on Mt. Everest.  Correct?  But we have found thousands of them.  How?  The great flood.

See, it doesn't take millions of years to fossilize. (see limiting factors in this section)  Burying them quickly, in a flood, while they were alive would keep them closed.  Finally, "all the high hills, that were under heaven, were covered"Gen 6:19.  Viola!  Closed, fossilized clams on Everest. 

That is 1 of thousands of pieces of evidence that point to a worldwide flood around 4400 years ago.  It left evidence for all to see.  This is why a flood and not a miracle.  Evidence for us to know God's judgment and seek his will.  Miracles produce nothing but a forced worship, void of faith or love. 

How about that ark.  2 of every kind of animal.  there are 9000 "kinds" of animal in the world.  The average size of which is about the size of a sheep.  that's 18,000 animals, 8 humans and supplies for a year.  Pretty easy when you consider a few things.   One, bring babies and young animals.  And, 2, the dimensions of the ark, as given in the Bible, are large enough to accomplish this and have enough room left over for a basketball tournament.

When you open your mind to the reality of the Bible, you'll realize the foolishness we are taught, in the name of political correctness, are just that, foolishness.  "Professing to be wise, they became fools." Romans 1:22

As I stated in our introduction page, we have not the room for an in depth study on every topic.  However if you visit our links page, under creation, you will have a difficult time returning to the fairy tale of evolution and old earth thinking.

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