Also, those who try to get around the problems generated by the Flood account and the lack of supporting geological evidence by thinking that the flood was just a large localized flood should note that problems like this don't go away for you either.
|Archaeologists recently discovered this pitch brush in the mountains of Ararat.|
Again we see more problems that do not go away by merely suggesting this is just describing a large localized flood.
After all, is there really any problem that can’t be overcome with Yahweh's magic? Any issues associated with space, time and matter can be made irrelevant with miracles, right? It just seems to me that if you’ve got an omnipotent deity at your disposal available for explanatory purposes, you should use him. All those Creationist websites should quit wasting their time churning out pseudo-scientific articles defending the Flood and just simply repeat these three words over and over: God did it. Of course, that raises the question of why he would go through all that trouble in the first place performing so many miracles when he could just magic all the wicked people straight to hell anyway right from the start.