"Noah was six hundred years old when the flood of water came upon the earth." - Genesis 7:6
Podcast #016 - July 27, 2019
Dinosaur Tracks Point To A Global Flood
How did dinosaur fossil tracks form? The answer leads us to Noah's Flood. In this episode the Science Pastor shows that, even after being given the relevant information, our presuppositions can result in wrong conclusions.
Then we look at fossil dinosaur tracks and the evidence they provide supporting a global flood (Noah's Flood). For dinosaur footprints to be preserved and fossilized requires very special conditions that don't exist today, and could not exist in the past except during a global flood. The tracks would need to be buried very soon after they were made, by a rapid accumulation of sediment in gentle water conditions. Exactly the conditions existing as the water surged and then retreated, over and over again. It would have laid down plain surfaces composed of multiple layers of sediment. Recently pulverized rock would provide the firm mud to capture the footprints, in many cases in shallow water. In addition, that most dinosaur trackways show dinosaurs heading in the same direction in a straight line, and it is common for no vegetation to be found with dinosaur tracks... all point to massive catastrophic flood,