posted on May, 27 2014 @ 03:39 AM
Here's what I believe:
If it says the ark landed on Mt. Ararat, then that's where it landed. If Ron is the only one, between the two, who found an ark-sized object under
the earth on the very mountain the Bible claims it landed on, then he found the
Secondly, debating whether or not the conditions on the earth at the time were supporting enough for a super-massive flood to take place is void when
dealing with a Creator who created it. If God created the heavens and the earth, what makes you think He's incapable of generating enough water to
consume the earth, and then get rid of the excess? That argument really makes no sense at all. There's too much geographic evidence that points to
there being a world-wide flood.
This second point goes hand-in-hand with those arguing that "there's no way" there was enough room on the ark for two of every species. Wrong
again: you're dealing with a Creator who created everything; do you think He's soo ignorant that He doesn't know how big a boat needs to be to hold
two of every species? He knows the very number of hairs on your head, how could he not know exactly what was needed to carry, and support, a specific
amount of creatures? This is more bizarre than stating there's no way x amount of planets can orbit around one giant fireball and possibly create
the perfect living ecosystem by accident.
Third, if evolution is "it", then how come nothing evolved to survive zero gravity? We have beetles on our planet that can survive liquid magma and
being frozen in ice, yet there're zero creatures that habitate the empty space outside our atmosphere, or within the atmosphere of other planets in
our own galaxy? That doesn't make sense. If evolution is correct, then we have to take into consideration that there's no way creatures only
currently exist on just one of these planets.
Fourth, in the case for evoltion, there's been ongoing testing of fruit-flies for the last 100 years: a fly that generally only lives a life-span of
about 50 days. Let's calculate this: In more than 100 years = 36,500 days / 50 = 730 generations of fruit flies, there has been 0
evolution. The scientists testing these flies are actually being beginning to self-mutate the flies genetics in order to try and jump-start
evolution, but it's still not working. The greatest grandson has the exact same genetic structure as the greatest parental pair. The results are
conclusive: The fruit fly is still a fruit fly.