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This world is one big game of "Go"-- Black against White, Light against Darkness --and we all have a choice to make: Do we war FOR the Light?

...or against it?




An Intriguing Question...


...with an even more intriguing answer:

Did Noah's flood cover the Himalayan mountains?
"The key is to remember that the Flood didn't have to cover the present Earth, but it did have to cover the pre-Flood Earth, and the Bible teaches that the Flood fully restructured the earth. "The world that then was, being overflowed with water, perished" (II Peter 3:6). It is gone forever. The earth of today was radically altered by that global event."

I remember watching a documentary years ago; a speculation concerning the 'global deluge' archaeological digs around the world not merely suggested, but pointed to. One portion I remember vividly was an animation of 'the fountains of the deep' breaking open the continent, pushing lands west and east; literally creating the Atlantic and Pacific oceans.

Too many people today, however, will accept any theory other than one that validates the biblical account... of anything!

So. DID Noah's flood cover the Himalayan mountains? No. It didn't have to. Those mountains didn't exist prior to the flood.


MORE EVIDENCE...


How about whale fossils in the Chilean desert?

Researchers from the USA and Chile reported, in November 2011, a remarkable bone bed on the west coast of northern Chile near the port city of Caldera, about 700 kilometres (440 miles) north of the capital, Santiago. Excavations uncovered the remains of some 80 baleen whales of which more than 20 specimens were complete. They also found other kinds of marine mammals including an extinct dolphin with tusks and a sperm whale.

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The site in a corner of the Atacama Desert is now well above sea level and over a kilometre from the shore.


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posted by ELAshley @ 4:35 PM, , links to this post





Not Religion...



The Latin word from which the English word "religion" is derived means "to bind up." Jesus did not come to bind us up in rules and regulations or rituals of devotion, but to set us free to be men as God intended.

Genuine Christianity is NOT religion.Neither does Christianity require one to be religious... just faithful.


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posted by ELAshley @ 4:56 PM, , links to this post





Accepted Science Has A Problem


New evidence of Noah’s Flood from Mexico
Dinosaur dig reveals dramatic insights into the degree of devastation, not so long ago...

"Researchers tried to reconstruct the sort of environment that could explain the remarkable evidence they were finding in the area, but by ignoring Noah’s Flood they were hard pressed to make a plausible story. It was clear that the sediments pointed to a large watery catastrophe involving mass deaths but they were straining to find a modern analogy."



Read the entire article here

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More than a few problems exist in the findings of 'accepted' science, and not just in the field of archaeology. Accepted Science tries to force its findings upon its preconceived notions; namely, that there's no room for God and the events of the Bible in its rational world of science-- God, to the adherents of accepted science, is irrational. It is not irrational, however, to ask from where do all our legends of dragons and such come, and draw a conclusion that perhaps, just perhaps, dinosaurs and man lived concurrently... and not aeons apart.

Who would be hurt by such a conclusion?

Perhaps the same people-- albeit in different robes; a different kind of people --who forced Galileo to recant of face excommunication. The unsaved world can't afford to accept that any element of Biblical history (especially The Flood) might just be true. To do so would force them to reevaluate the entire foundation of their science.


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posted by ELAshley @ 4:50 PM, , links to this post