Saturday, April 29, 2006

Where did all the water come from?

“In the six hundreth year of Noah’s life, in the second month, the seventeenth day of the month, the same day were all the fountains of the great deep broken up, and the windows of heaven were opened. And the rain was upon the earth forty days and forty nights.”
GENESIS 7:11 - 12

The Bible tells us that water came from two sources: below the earth and above the earth.

Evidently, the source for water underground was in large subterranean pools, or “fountains,” of fresh water, which were broken open by volcanic and seismic (earthquake) activity. It’s possible that these fountains supplied water for the rivers of the Garden of Eden, as wall as the rest of the earth before the Flood.

Signs of Design: Evolutionists have tried very hard to “link” the various language families so that they in turn point back to a common ancestor, i. e., to show that the original Indo-European and Sino-Asiatic languages themselves arose from some previous language. But their efforts have been without success. The evidence is wonderfully consistent with the notion that a small number of languages, separately created at Babel, has diversified into the huge variety of languages we have today.

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Elizabeth Ellen Moore said...

Your Signs of Design are the best! Keep up the good work. I am enjoying this series!


Kaitlin said...

Your Signs of Designs are supercallifragilisticexpealidoscious! Please excuse the horrid spelling of that but I think you know what I'm trying to get across! :-)

Wholesome Works said...

Thank you for the comments.

Glad to hear you like the Signs of Design. I get them from a small book titled, 101 Signs of Design: Timeless Truths from Science by Carl Weiland.