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CRST 290 Notes Dr. Marcus Ross Noah’s Flood: Scripture Meets Geology The Flood’s Totality Both OT and NT authors argue that all people, except Noah and his family, were killed during the flood. The Flood is directly compared with Christ’s return, and his judgment of all people. The Flood’s destruction was for humanity, and global in scope. A Choice to Make: Geology and the Flood The geologic record (including fossils) is a record of either: Recent creation and the Flood or Billions of years of life on Earth Tectonics and the Flood Two questions for any model of the Flood: Where did the water come from? Where did it go? The Flood is essentially a geological / tectonic event. It is tectonic movements that will answer the two questions. Plate Tectonics The lithosphere is a group of mobile units (plates) composed of some of the upper mantle, and capped by oceanic and/or continental crust.
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Patterns and Tectonics Certain Earth features indicate that the continents have not always been in their present location: Continents seem to “fit” together Matching mountain chains across the Atlantic Ocean Similar fossils
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