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Creation Devotional December 30 - Geology

Daily Devotional – December 30

Geology

 

In October of 2015, a massive crack mysteriously opened up in the foothills of the Bighorn Mountains (Wyoming, USA). This massive gash appeared within two weeks. The “gash” (as the locals like to call it) measured 2250 feet long and 150 feet wide. There were no earthquakes reported in the area. One geologist wrote, “It’s an impressive example of just how quickly very large geological events can occur under the right conditions.” Another wrote of being “awed to see the Earth change so dramatically, so quickly.”

 

Evolutionists are trained to interpret almost all geological features in terms of slow, gradual processes; so rapid changes such as this are a surprise to them. Meanwhile, those who have a “Flood geology” framework realize that catastrophes can happen in the present and have happened in the past. The Earth can change dramatically and quickly.

 

And the earth opened her mouth, and swallowed them up together with Korah….

~ Numbers 26:10

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