22 Jul Ray Mondragon
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The volcanic explosions and pyroclastic flow at Mount St. Helens, Washington, in 1980 are an illustration of how a catastrophic geological event can quickly lay down layers of rock similar to those found in the geologic column all over the world, according to Creation Science Teacher Ray Mondragon. Ray tells us why this type of current event supports the Genesis 6-9 narrative of a global flood. For more information about Creation Science, go to Creation Science Fellowship.
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