Does The Genetic Evidence Support Noah's Flood? - Fazale Rana PhD.

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Uploaded on February 03, 2010 by TheWordisalive

Reasons To Believe Website:

Human Evolution - Genetic Adam And Eve - Hugh Ross - video

Book Review; Who Was Adam?: A Creation Model Approach to the Origin of Man:
Excerpt: The Bible claims that there was a genetic bottleneck at the Genesis flood. Whereas all females can trace their ancestry back to Eve (through the three wives of Noah's sons), all males trace their Y-chromosomes through Noah (through his three sons). This predicted discrepancy for molecular dates of mitochondrial DNA and Y-chromosome data is actually seen in the scientific literature.

As well, there is actually very strong archaeological evidence tracing all human races to the three sons of Noah:

Tracing Your Ancestors Through History - Noah's Descendants - video

The following videos outline some surprisingly strong geological evidence for a global flood:

Startling Evidence That Noah's Flood Really Happened - video

Where Darwin Went Wrong - geology video

Here is a site that, though written from a Young Earth perspective, gives a fairly good overview of the many strange anomalies in the fossil record that point to an ancient global flood:

The Fossil Record

Yet to be fair here is a paper outlining some fairly reasonable objections to a global flood:

Noah's Flood: A Bird's-Eye View - Hugh Ross

The following video is downright eye-opening with its evidence:

The Physical Ashen Remains Of Sodom and Gomorrah - video

The following video shows, that as far as the historical evidence is concerned, Jesus assuredly rose from the dead.

The Historicity Of The Resurrection Of Jesus - William Lane Craig - video

The Precisely Fulfilled Prophecy Of Israel Becoming A Nation In 1948 - video

Intelligent Design - The Anthropic Hypothesis

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