The initiation, universal and early retreat stages of the Noahic flood have been seen to lie remarkably parallel to the physical evidence in the lower three quarters of the Paleozic deposits. This study examines the Biblical information concerning the retreat of the Noahic flood, finding continuing parallels with the upper Paleozoic and early to mid-Mesozoic deposits.
Creationism, Noahic Flood, historical geology, Paleozoic, Mesozoic, deposits
Volume 2:I, Pages 181-188
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Northrup, Bernard E.
"Identifying the Noahic Flood in Historical Geology: Part Two,"
Proceedings of the International Conference on Creationism: Vol. 2, Article 32.
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