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A Young Earth: Fishing for Proof - “Show us proof!,” skeptics sometimes shout, suggesting by their taunt that there is no reliable evidence that supports a young Earth. From formal debates to Internet chat forums, the challenge is made to supply proof that contradicts evolution. Sadly, even many Christians now question whether there is sufficient evidence to support the biblical account of Creation. “Providing the proof” is exactly what Apologetics Press is all about. And “proof” was exactly what we found on a field expedition to southeast Tennessee on February 12, 2005. It was there that we met Dan Jones, who revealed to us a geologic anomaly that fits perfectly with the young Earth account. To use Mr. Jones’ words, it is “something you would never see or expect to see.” But it does exist, and it remains strong “proof” that cannot be explained by evolutionary geologists—by their own admission.

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Surfer Wrote the following on 03/26/2005 5:35 PM :
And how old is the fishing reel? Additionally, only an acid test was done on the rock to ascertain whether or not it was concrete. I saw no aging tests. but, if the rock isn't that old, the the reel must be really old. Oh my, wouldn't that mean that there was a nearly industrial civilization previous to ours?


Juniper Wrote the following on 03/27/2005 01:26 AM :
Creationists believe anything!


Surfer Wrote the following on 03/27/2005 1:17 PM :
Well then, if metamorphic doesn't form on the surface (and it doesn't), that means that there was some geological activity to bring that reel down or it was already under the surface. That would definately mean an incredibly ancient civilization.



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