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Today the Bible is often accused of giving answers that don’t add up to reality. Is that true? Find out on today’s Creation Moments Minute.

Evolutionary geology says that, on the average, geological processes such as erosion and mountain building have always taken place at the same rate we see them happening today. However, if we take the volume of the world’s continents and divide it by the known rate of continental erosion, we find that it should take only 14 million years to erode the continents down to sea level. We are also told that the last mountain building activity took place about 65 million years ago. So if evolutionary geology is correct, the continents should have long ago been worn down to sea level.

More examples could be mentioned. The truth is, the facts don’t add up to evolution. They do, however, support the Bible’s view of history.

For Creation Moments Minute, I’m Darren Marlar.

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