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    Because of the election of young earth creationist Fred Luter, becoming the new president of the Southern Baptist Convention, let’s hope teaching of Genesis comes to the fore by his leadership of Baptist pastors across the nation and the world, who to this point have been passive about their teaching of the book of Genesis with the science and archaeology clearly demonstrating that the darwinian timeline is wrong, the biblical timeline the true measure of ancient history, science of the future, old school man.

    Reverend Luter is good friends with Ken Ham, founder of Answers in Genesis, the preeminent young earth creationist organization in the world, both agreeing that Adam and Eve were created about 6,000 years ago during the sixth day of creation, Noah’s Flood later having followed about 4,350 years ago.  The Ice Age ensued when Noah’s Flood had ended, because the ocean was warmer after the Flood to have caused the dense cloudcover for the Ice Age, then when the ocean had cooled to almost today’s temperatures, the Ice Age ended circa 1500 b.c., the time of the Exodus of the Hebrews out of Egypt, catastrophic climate change.

    When the Ice Age was ending, the sea level rose prodigiously, consuming about 25 million square miles of coastal real estate worldwide, so guess what?  Hundreds of submerged sites of bronze age ruins of ice age coastal cities have been found all over the world, yet Ken Ham does not discuss this powerful evidence, and we don’t know if Fred Luter has this powerful evidentiary tool http://genesisveracityfoundation.com/submerged-ruins-atlantis, at his disposal, so please help us out informing them that Atlantis was real, along with many other bronze/ice age navigating cultures, sure to draw millions to the obvious veracity of the Genesis account.

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