Re: Subject: RE: Report on the YEC seminar in Durango, 9-2003

From: Sarah Berel-Harrop (
Date: Tue Sep 23 2003 - 13:31:10 EDT

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    On Tue, 23 Sep 2003 13:35:07 +0100
      "Michael Roberts" <> wrote:
    >Glenn, you forget that the Flood was a miracle and all these things
    >possible. This is further proof that you lost your faith!
    >Oops, I am being flippant, but how do you deal in a reasonable way
    >More seriously thew Coal Measures consist of a large number of
    >with alternate thick bands of sand and a band of coal from a few
    >inches to
    >In the 70s Fred Broadhurst of Manchester tried to work out a time
    >span for
    >them and concluded that the coal took about 80.000 years and the sand
    >be deposited in a few short mini-floods each lasting a weekend.

    I guess this is my question about the background argument recently
    given. The "background" - meaning the earth, and changes in species
    for that matter, does not appear to be static. What am I missing?

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