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Posted: Feb 8th, 2019 - 1:48 pm In Reply to: I happen to agree with a lot of what you said, - except the part where you

I am getting involved in THIS discussion, but not usually in climate change discussions.

My thinking is that many changes in the earth occurred as a result of sin: For example, By the time Noah's generation was around, mankind had become so nasty and sinful that God regretted ever creating man and destroyed most of mankind. He could not allow sinful man to continue the practices they were doing, especially since they had such advanced intellects, having been so much closer to creation than mankind is now. The combination of great intelligence plus sin was a deadly combination indeed. Only the EIGHT people who boarded the ark were left to repopulate the earth. By the end times, (now) the Bible says that conditions on this earth will be as were in the days of Noah. Plus I just think that the flood caused changes on the earth that we do not fully understand. The Bible says that the "fountains of the deep were broken up" and I think perhaps that God did not even create the oceans--they might have been originally part of the fountains of the deep. His original plan was for us to not even have rain; a mist came up from the ground and watered the Garden of Eden. This is just part of why I stated that there are changes in the earth as a result of sin.


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