Britain’s secular newspaper The Daily Telegraph, in its September 25, 2006 publication, has unwittingly given support to the reality of Noah’s Flood. The paper described a researcher’s idea that a “biblical-style flood” separated Britain from the European continent, and that the separation happened in less than a day.

We have noticed an interesting trend in recent times. Secular scientists increasingly suggest that catastrophic processes, including the mighty force of water, explain much about the earth’s surface today. Such research also shows that millions of years are not needed to form geological features seen around the globe. Even secular geologists agree that these features could have been formed by a watery global catastrophe and the subsequent unstable earth, which we contend occurred 4,300 years ago.

See A Catastrophic Breakup, also featured in this issue.

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