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A: If the world’s oceans have been around for three billion years as evolutionists believe, they should be filled with vastly more salt than the oceans contain today.
Every year rivers, glaciers, underground seepage, and atmospheric and volcanic dust dump large amounts of salts into the oceans. Some 458 million tons of sodium mixes into ocean water each year, but only 122 million tons (27%) is removed by other natural processes.
If seawater originally contained no sodium (salt) and the sodium accumulated at today’s rates, then today’s ocean saltiness would be reached in only 42 million years—only about 1/70 the three billion years evolutionists propose.
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The geologic evidence is consistent with a young earth! This huge two-volume set is filled with up-to-date geological evidence that demonstrates the authority and accuracy of the Bible’s account of creation and the Flood.
Trilobites: Local laboratory restores trilobite fossils.
Of mice and men: Evolutionary researchers claim to have pinpointed the origin of intelligence.
Pat Robertson on the age of the earth: Adhereing to “revealed science” over the revealed Word of God.
Beauty of the beast: Can the world’s fastest cat win its race against the threat of extinction?
Christ in Christmas: “Christmas isn’t a dirty word.”
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