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Earths catastrophic past (plate techtonics) vs Hydroplate theory
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in the past 5 years, I have had the wonderful privilege through visiting the creation museum in Kentucky of reading the earth's catastrophic past by Dr. Andrew Snelling, which I found to be an…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Jim Brenneman Aug 21, 2018.

Genesis account and Andrew Snellings Earth's Catastrophic Past
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Last month I took my wife on our aniversary to the Creation Museum in Kentucky. We loved it there. While there I saw a this book written by Andrew Snelling. it looked interesting so I eventually…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Bryan Brodess Jan 19, 2011.

 

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Jim Brenneman replied to Bryan Brodess's discussion 'Earths catastrophic past (plate techtonics) vs Hydroplate theory'
"How ever if there was no global flood this question is totally irrelevant. When we don't believe in the global extent of the Flood then how does Mount Everest have any bearing on the discussion?Those of us who affirm the biblical flood affirm…"
Aug 21, 2018
Lou Hamby replied to Bryan Brodess's discussion 'Earths catastrophic past (plate techtonics) vs Hydroplate theory'
"Jim said this:And we must not selectively chose natural evidences that support our model. Jim in principle I agree, however we also don't want to discount the natural evidences of God's work in nature and the creation event. IF your model…"
Aug 21, 2018
Lou Hamby replied to Bryan Brodess's discussion 'Earths catastrophic past (plate techtonics) vs Hydroplate theory'
"If Mount Everest has a fossil record close to the current top, something was going on?  But my question here is when?  This has two faces it seems.  Either it happened before the flood or during/the flood.   Since its all…"
Aug 21, 2018
Lou F. Reyes replied to Bryan Brodess's discussion 'Earths catastrophic past (plate techtonics) vs Hydroplate theory'
"Howdy brother Jim. My bad, didn't meant to come across like that.  I will make sure and start a separate thread to address the evidence around my comment as suggested. In there, more than likely it will address the 'plate…"
Aug 11, 2018
Jim Brenneman replied to Bryan Brodess's discussion 'Earths catastrophic past (plate techtonics) vs Hydroplate theory'
"I think it is unfair to say that CPT is a "Christianized" evolutionary model. That is not a discussion of evidence - that is an ad hominem. Plate Tectonics is a fact. It is a reality. CPT is an effort to show how the facts of geology align…"
Aug 11, 2018
Jim Brenneman replied to Bryan Brodess's discussion 'Earths catastrophic past (plate techtonics) vs Hydroplate theory'
"This is a great comment by Robert Byers - notice how he points to the facts, and how he also notes the deficiencies of the Models. I will Highlight the facts that he has noted:"
Aug 11, 2018
Jim Brenneman replied to Bryan Brodess's discussion 'Earths catastrophic past (plate techtonics) vs Hydroplate theory'
"Notice here in the excellent comment of Robert Byers - the facts that he points out (I have bolded and centered them:"
Aug 11, 2018
Jim Brenneman replied to Bryan Brodess's discussion 'Earths catastrophic past (plate techtonics) vs Hydroplate theory'
"Our discussions on the geophysical mechanisms (and astrophysical?) that were involved in the Flood must not ignore the evidence, and our discussions must not manipulate the evidence.Our discussions must involve recognition of what is theory and…"
Aug 11, 2018
Robert Byers replied to Bryan Brodess's discussion 'Earths catastrophic past (plate techtonics) vs Hydroplate theory'
"I think the discovery of a original single earth mass by non creationists was one of the best things ton ever happen to YEC creationism. Actually some old roman catholic creation believes suggested this long ago. the earth was one mass, good looking…"
Aug 10, 2018
Lou F. Reyes replied to Bryan Brodess's discussion 'Earths catastrophic past (plate techtonics) vs Hydroplate theory'
"I think the biggest problem with the CPT is that it has several presuppositions (since it's mainly an evolutionary model that has been 'christianized') which inject notions that the Scripture doesn't point to (for example, Magma,…"
Aug 10, 2018
Lou F. Reyes replied to Bryan Brodess's discussion 'Earths catastrophic past (plate techtonics) vs Hydroplate theory'
"Howdy brother.  Here is some great details about it - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4hhE6tzJR_c. ; Grace and peace to you."
Aug 10, 2018
Robert Byers replied to Bryan Brodess's discussion 'Earths catastrophic past (plate techtonics) vs Hydroplate theory'
Nov 21, 2015
Bryan Brodess replied to Bryan Brodess's discussion 'Earths catastrophic past (plate techtonics) vs Hydroplate theory'
"Hydroplate theory is found here. Hydroplate Theory"
Nov 21, 2015
Bryan Brodess replied to Bryan Brodess's discussion 'Earths catastrophic past (plate techtonics) vs Hydroplate theory'
"Both CPT and Hydroplate are based on this movement of the continents. One theory has them moving slowly. one has them moving in a catastrophic way, the separation of the plates occurs quickly. Have not heard of red eye. Where can I find good info…"
Nov 21, 2015
Robert Byers replied to Bryan Brodess's discussion 'Earths catastrophic past (plate techtonics) vs Hydroplate theory'
"I don't remember the competing ones. Continental drift or rather red eye is one of the best things to come along for creationism. It makes more sense the earth was one piece and not the dumb broken pieces we now have.Also the breakup is needed…"
Nov 20, 2015
Jim Brenneman replied to Bryan Brodess's discussion 'Earths catastrophic past (plate techtonics) vs Hydroplate theory'
"The Bible shows clearly that there were three sources or mechanisms that God used to bring water to the flood the Earth. The Bible shows clearly that there are three sources of the waters of the Flood: The Fountains of the Great Deep were Broken…"
Nov 20, 2015

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At 1:22pm on December 9, 2010, David Thomas Posey said…
Bryan,

Welcome to creation conversations! You are already being a great help on here, and I look forward to hearing more out of you! God bless!
 
 
 

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