How Africa Grew and the Best Article on Evolutionary Thinking Ever

Physical map of Africa

As you may have guessed, Geology is one of my favorite subjects.  So I ran into the Biblical Geology blog even before I started this blog.  The most resent article they’ve posted is called Geologists see effects of Noah’s Flood in Africa.  This post gives a very clear picture of how everyone can see the record of the Flood’s waters rising and falling over whole continents.  They are just blind to the speed of change possible with huge amounts of water and freshly laid down, wet rocks.

I also checked back in to Dr. Jason Lisle’s blog to see what he’s been up to.  He has written a satirical article using all the logic Evolutionists give us to make the claim that books and articles have no authors.

On the Origin of Articles

I HIGHLY recommend everyone high school age and up to read this and think through how this connects with the belief that there is no Creator. Once you see how absurd such thinking truly is, you won’t fall for it, no matter how many letters come after someone’s name or how amazing their computer graphics are.

The Deluge subsides, thought in early geology ...

But thou, O LORD, shalt laugh at them; thou shalt have all the heathen in derision. Psalm 59:8

Let no man deceive himself. If any man among you seemeth to be wise in this world, let him become a fool, that he may be wise.  For the wisdom of this world is foolishness with God. For it is written, He taketh the wise in their own craftiness.  And again, The Lord knoweth the thoughts of the wise, that they are vain.  Therefore let no man glory in men. I Corinthians 3:18-21a

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6 thoughts on “How Africa Grew and the Best Article on Evolutionary Thinking Ever

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    1. creationscience4kids Post author

      It took me a minute to see the connection between this post and your comment, but then I thought of all that we can learn about the events of those few short verses! IMO, Flood geology is the coolest study there is, except Bible study straight up.
      If God had put everything we WANT to know about in the Bible, it would take up the whole world (seems like someone already said that somewhere….)!

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      1. forhisgloryandpraise

        We can learn so much from all forms of geology, and daily they are finding that what science once thought that geology proved is not so, and instead it is backing up the Bible more and more. I think that is why I love geology more than any of the sciences, with archeology being my next favorite…because they give us more information about the truth in the Bible.

      2. creationscience4kids Post author

        Amen! I think I would like both of these sciences even without the controversy, but the fact that they keep providing us with more evidence that God wasn’t kidding is icing on the cake!

      3. forhisgloryandpraise

        I’m the same way. I can’t take biology at all…to much blood and guts…lol. Astronomy makes me squint too much and having bad eyesite and terrigiams on both eyes, I squint enough already. But I’ve always loved digging in the dirt, whether for treasure, rocks, of just digging for the devil to take him to church to get him saved. So geology and archeology were a great fit for me. You know it amazes me that they don’t offer these as separate classes in public schools, but chemistry and biology, even astronomy are. Maybe someone somewhere down the line already knew that these would prove the Bible accurate and didn’t want us to know. I’m just thankful that God knew better, and put it in the hearts of so many to study these and give us so much from them.

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