When the Exodus of the Jews led by Moses out of Egypt occurred circa 1450 b.c., climate change caused havoc not just in Egypt but really worldwide. Consider the hundreds of sites of cities’ ruins worldwide now submerged on the shallow seafloor, and legends such as the flood of Ogyges, Atlantis, Kumari Kandam, and Kususthali, a limited sea level rise characteristic of the end of the Ice Age when about 25 million square miles of coastal real estate was consumed by the sea, those ruins of bronze age vintage, then it’s obvious really that the deserts of the world began to form at that time, because the skies had cleared of the dense global Ice Age cloudcover.
If christain pastors would only study this material, they could effectively challenge and defeat the darwinian paradigm, that chronology declaring that the Ice Age ended circa 10000 b.c., over 7,000 years ‘though before the megalithic building of the ruins now found on the seafloor are thought to have been built. Everybody agrees that huge stone buildings of plazas, temples, and courtyards, such as of Menouthis and Heraklion off the coast of Egypt, and onshore for instance at Baalbeck, began to have been built in the biblical timeline, yet the pastors are ingorant of the ruins now found on the shallow seafloor clearly submerged when the Ice Age ended at the time of the Exodus.
The darwinists say the timeline for the ancient civilizations in the Middle East, in the lands of the Bible, date back to three and four thousand years before the time of Christ, but with intense volcanism during the Ice Age, the CO2 emitted from the volcanoes containing carbon 12 greatly diluted the carbon 14 in the atmosphere, so carbon 14 dates from that era are greatly exaggerated, good science, and simple, yet the pastors in the pulpits ignore Genesis history for fear of being laughed at, so they fail to defend all of scripture, now let’s help them build their courage by referring them to material such as at http://genesisveracityfoundation.com, the science of the future, old school man.