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"Washington’s Other Catastrophe: The Lake Missoula Flood" by Bruce Barton on June 14, 2019

posted May 30, 2019, 10:40 AM by Bruce Barton
Bruce Barton
Most people know about the 1980 eruption of Mt. St. Helens, but not as many have heard about the giant flood that carved out the landscape of Eastern Washington.

In another example of how long-ages thinking has dominated the natural sciences for the last 200 years, geologists rejected the notion of a huge catastrophic flood because it sounded too much like the Genesis Flood.  But one man stood up to the scientific establishment for 40 years before he finally was able to convince them that it doesn’t take millions of years to drastically alter the surface of the Earth.  His name was J Harlen Bretz.

The Lake Missoula Flood provides a small model of what happened during Noah’s Flood. 

Where: Edgewood Bible Church, 1720 Meridian Ave. East, Edgewood, WA 

When: Friday June 14, 2019 at 7:00 PM. 

For directions to Edgewood Bible Church click here.

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