When the ancient egyptians and canaanites told the hebrews that the gods of nature supply water for the streams and rivers from two sources, from the sky and from the earth, the hebrews familiar with Job 26:8 and 36:27-28, and just applying commonsense really, surely must have giggled at their unscientific notion, because of course if you watch a boiling pot of hot water, you can see water evaporating to form clouds; could it not be more obvious that is the mechanism? Yet the ancient priests of the pagan religions convinced their followers of the unscientific, like darwinism today, trying to defend the indefensible, powered ‘though by the desire to battle the Word of God.
The book of Job was written in Uz, today known as Uzbekistan, along the Gorgon river, when it wasn’t ‘though a desert region there then, but was a land of pastures and forests as described in the text, the Gorgon surely then having flowed much wider and deeper, where the Leviathan lurked, only centuries after Noah’s Flood. So if you wonder about the cause of the ice age, consider the hydrologic science in the book of Job, and the fountains of the great deep, geothermally heated water from the mantle which caused the ocean to have been warmer in the aftermath of Noah’s Flood, the sea level little changed since the end of the ice age due to evaporation (as the hebrews knew) despite the huge rivers of the world flowing into the sea.
And do you really think the learned ancient hebrews, obviously very knowledgable in science, thought the earth was flat? That is what the darwinists would have you believe, but when you see article #2 at http://iceagecivilizations.com, it’s clearly the means by which they determined the length for the cubit measure, used for Noah’s Ark, and the Great Pyramid of Giza, and to measure and map the earth, so spread the word, that young earth creationism, clearly reasonable, be presented alongside the typical darwinian dogma, to compare and contrast, for the sake of intellectual honesty.
Checkout too http://genesisveracityfoundation.com.