Many famous authors such as Graham Hancock, David Hatcher Childress, and Nic Flemming have written extensively about the many submerged megalithic ruins found on the shallow seafloor in diverse regions of the world, yet because they still believe the Ice Age ended circa 10000 b.c., so the bronze-age-appearance of the ruins forces them to say that such civilizations existed circa 10000 b.c. while ‘though mainstream science says 3000 b.c. for the inception of bronze age civilizations.
Why won’t these academics come to their senses that the Ice Age ended actually circa 1500 b.c., confirmed by the legends of Kumari Kandam, Kususthali, Ogyges, and Hotu Matua? The main reason is that they don’t want to depart from the darwinian timeline, the alternative to which is the biblical timeline, acknowlegement of the Table of Nations and the “late date” for the end of the Ice Age saying that Bible history is real history.
It would be odd to say that you believe the history in the Bible yet are not a Christian, the dilemma facing Hancock, Childress, Flemming, and the rest, for they know that a 1500 b.c. time for the end of the Ice Age would make the evidence fit very nicely, but to admit the Bible is true to many is akin to shooting your own dog. We do indeed pray for them, bringing this http://genesisveracityfoundation.com to their attention.