Post Number: 26
|Posted on Sunday, January 31, 2016 - 10:57 am: || |
Wondering what folk think of Walt Brown's Hydro-Plate Theory of the Genesis Flood.
It is quite remarkable. A 10 minute video....
Post Number: 45
|Posted on Monday, February 01, 2016 - 10:20 pm: || |
The science doesn't hold up. The phrase translated as “the whole world” in relation to the flood can also refer to a limited geographical area, such as when “the whole world” is described as coming to Egypt for food (Gen. 41:57; cf. 1 Kings 10:24). That flood may have wiped out all of humanity, but humans were not necessarily spread out evenly over the entire globe. About 50,000 years ago humans were concentrated in the Mesopotamian flood plain, what is now the Persian Gulf. Humanity was scattered after Babel.
The Bible is true, but we have to be careful about cramming it into our preconceptions which may well be faulty.
Post Number: 3198
|Posted on Tuesday, February 02, 2016 - 3:33 am: || |
I have Walt Brown's book which I've read through carefully. His theory is interesting but only a theory as he makes many conclusions without real proof. What concerns me most about his theory is that he is in conflict with most other creation bible believing scientist. The idea of the world-wide folding of the hydro plates does seem consistent with known geology so is worth considering.
Post Number: 47
|Posted on Monday, February 08, 2016 - 6:25 pm: || |
He referenced a small meteorite crashing at the feet of some kids playing basketball. It contained liquid water and salt crystals.
His theory suggests that when the crust of the earth did rupture--and the "fountains of the deep" burst forth, it did so with the power of trillions of hydrogen bombs. Sending massive pieces of earth jettisoning even beyond earth's gravity. This meteorite that fell at the feet of those boys, he suggested, was just part of the earth coming home.
I like his theory very much. The huge, miles thick chambers of subterranean water is consistent with Genesis revealing it had never rained, but a mist arose from the ground.
Post Number: 3
|Posted on Friday, June 10, 2016 - 9:45 am: || |
I've looked at whatever I can learn also on the Hydroplate Theory. It is logical and it explains what the rocks show. There has been hot salty water amidst crushed granite found under the biggest mountains, which corresponds to Walt Brown's prediction.
Re: others being equally right -- Noah was alone in being right and the whole world drown except for those in the ark. I don't go along with the millions of years as look at soft tissue found in dino bones when decalcification is done such as what was begun by Mary Schweitzer. There should be no proteins or collagen left whatsoever.
The bones are simply, not that old. What people like about evolution is that it explains the deaths in another way, not in a great judgment.
No, mankind likes his sins and doesn't want to repent. But as Jesus said, there is no one who gives things up for His sake, that does not even in this lifetime reap back rewards. The peace of God in my heart is the greatest rewards in that knowing the words of the Bible are true.
This theory also explains why the mammoths froze with undigested food in their stomachs. It takes hours to watch what Dr. Brown's students have also put up, but found it very interesting also.