Finally, the young earth creationism/global flood model may be debated at major universities. I’ve received a feeler that faculty at the University of Michigan and Purdue may be willing to engage in scholarly debate about the scientific and archaeologic efficacy of the biblical chronology, that Noah’s Flood caused the vast majority of the stratigraphy of the geologic record, and that the Ice Age, which followed Noah’s Flood, was caused by the Flood, the Ice Age therefore which ended much later than mainstream scientists are willing to admit.
Part of my presentation, should the debate hopefully materialize, will be to appeal to the virtually undisputed historicity of later portions of the Bible, beginning with Jesus having lived in the Holy Land when was begun the worldwide sweep of Christianity. Preceding that time, the solid history laid out in the books of the prophets has not been successfully assailed by mainstream historians and darwinian archaeologists, back to kings David and Solomon, their reality now proven too by archaeology, the science of the future, old school man, let’s debate!
So what would be wrong about the biblical history during the centuries before 1000 b.c.? After all, the Canaanites were vanquished when the Hebrews moved in circa 1400 b.c. at the time of the Exodus, and the Hittites, nameake of biblical Heth (a son of Canaan), were not thought to have been a real ancient nation until proven so by modern archaeology, the Bible always ringing true as more-and-more archaeological evidence is uncovered, to the chagrin of the darwinists.
Then what of the Table of Nations in Genesis 10, where Canaan is listed as a son of Ham, and the Assyrians from Assur a son of Shem, and the Ionians of Greece named after Iawon, who was Javan, a son of Japheth, father of the Indo-European group of languages? That these are real historical connections is undeniable, so it will be interesting to see what the professors at Purdue and Michigan have to say about the logical conclusion therefore is that the Table of Nations is valid, as is the rest of the Bible, the genetic bottleneck of the eight on Noah’s Ark demonstrably valid. Read much more here http://genesisveracityfoundation.com.