How Landscapes Reveal Noah’s Flood
Altogether the waters were receding for more than seven months before the earth was dry and Noah could open the door of the Ark. The Wollomombi Gorge at the edge of the large plateau near Armidale, Australia, is a good example of the sort of geologic signatures that the receding waters of Noah’s Flood carved onto the earth.
By Tas Walker
Originally published August 2008
Wollomombi Gorge photograph by Brian W. Schaller
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Original article: How landscapes reveal Noah’s Flood