Fossil graveyards point to global Flood
What sort of catastrophe would be required to entomb over 120 species of marine invertebrates in fined-grained rock?
This is not just a hypothetical question. In the Canadian Rockies, over 120 species of marine invertebrates have been found preserved in a famous formation known as The Burgess Shale. Most of these animals were soft bodied, and many are so exquisitely preserved that you can still see the food in their stomachs!
It appears they were buried and preserved almost instantaneously! Moreover, the creatures were apparently buried in turbulent conditions, because the fossils are found dumped at a variety of angles, relative to the bedding. Fossil graveyards like these are found all over the world. Collectively, they point to catastrophic flooding occurring on a worldwide scale. This is exactly what we’d expect to find if the global flood recorded in the Bible actually occurred.