The Flood Trailer

The Flood Trailer (2009)

01 January 2009 55 mins

Geologist Dr. Andrew Snelling presents several lines of evidence that both confirm the biblical account of the global Flood, and cannot be explained by evolutionary models. From deep sea fossils high atop the Himalayas to the movement of the continents during the Flood, the big picture comes into sharp focus when you look through the lens of the Bible! Understanding the big picture of the events of the Flood year requires a look at the geologic record left from this earth-shaping event. This intriguing presentation will help you make sense of all that accompanied this globally significant event.

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United States 01 January 2009

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