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The Deluge Story in Stone: A Scientific Classic!

The Deluge Story in Stone by Byron C. Nelson is a marvelous classic work on the history of geology, and it is both illuminating and enjoyable.  I highly recommend it to any scientifically-minded Christian, but it would be of value to anyone willing to question orthodox old-earth uniformitarianism.   Published in 1931--88 years ago--the book is amazingly relevant today.   It is filled with eye-opening scientific observations that point back to a violent worldwide cataclysm, and which directly contradict the assumptions of old-earth uniformitarianism.    The importance of this debate in 2019, of course, has to do with the origin and meaning of life itself.   If men and women are simply the chance result of “billions and billions” of years of godless evolution, then the Bible is just a made-up story, and there is not much hope for us.   If the biblical account is true, however, then man was designed by God on purpose, and life has meaning. Like most of us, the author w

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