The geology of the Southern Appalachians Is better explained within a creation week (c. 4100 B.C.) /flood year (2500 B.C.) /post-flood, residual catastrophic model of earth history rather than one requiring billions of years. Six divisions of historical geology are proposed. It Is also suggested that the Flood had three phases.
Appalachian Mountains, flood, creationism
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McQueen, David R.
"The Southern Appalachian Mountains: An Example of 6000 Years of Earth History,"
Proceedings of the International Conference on Creationism: Vol. 1
, Article 38.
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