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Catastrophism and the Old Testament: The Mars- Earth Conflicts

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ISBN: 9780880702911
Publisher: Pacific Meridian Pub. Co
Publication Date: 1988-09
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Does Mars show evidence of once having a global flood? If so could it have occurred the same day as Noah's Flood?* What did Sennacherib (a survivor of the catastrophe in 701B.C.) have in common with survivors of Hiroshima in 1945? * Why would the ancient poet Plutarch choose the metaphor of a celestial dice game, held among the planets, in describing an addition of 5 days to the old 360-day calendar? * At the picnic at the edge of Mt. Carmel in October, 864 B.C., why was Elijah's beef so well done? * Since the Sun is shrinking in diameter at a rate of 1/2 inch per hour; what does that imply about the age of the solar system? * Mass Hallucination? Divine intervention of planet spin? What is the real explanation for the Long Day of Joshua, when Sun and Moon "stood still?" * Was there an astronomical aspect to the original "Passover" event in Egypt? If not, why were later catastrophes on the nights of its anniversary? * What could an Olympic discus-thrower tell an evolutionist about the distribution of mass in our solar system? * Did Jonah preach imminent fire and brimstone in pagan Ninevah? From commoner to king, why did they respond so well to the begrudging foreigner? * When Voyager makes a flyby of Neptune and its inner satellite Triton in February 1989, what will be discovered there that a Planetary Catastrophist has already predicted? * What prompted King David to take two successive national censuses, which bracketed the "Passover" of 972 B.C. * Why did the pioneers of Early Rome (8th century B.C.) build temples to venerate Mars, Jupiter and Saturn within a scant 50 years of Rome's founding?

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