I am asking you. How was Noah’s flood a supernatural process?[quote=“Mike_Gantt, post:454, topic:36256”]
I don’t know of anyone who suggests that it is.
I know of at least one person, Mike Gantt.[quote=“Mike_Gantt, post:454, topic:36256”]
Not like this one.
Every flood is different. That doesn’t stop us from knowing that floods can’t produce the fossil record we see.[quote=“Mike_Gantt, post:454, topic:36256”]
Look, guys, if you want to have dog fights, please do it with someone else. I’ve made it clear that I am not qualified to defend the Henry Morris thesis (for lack of a better term). I have also made it clear that I came to BioLogos to learn, not to argue. If you want to bark me into submission, I’ll just go away.
I am not trying to bark you into submission. I am trying to see if there is a consistent position somewhere in your posts. Thus far, I can’t tell if fossils are the result of the initial creation, a supernatural flood, or a natural flood. You say that we can’t predict what a supernatural event would produce, yet you seem to indicate that fossils are the result of natural processes, so I am confused as to where you stand on this subject.