[creation] Re: Precipitation

  • From: "Jack Lewis" <jack.lewis@xxxxxxxxx>
  • To: <creation@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Thu, 24 Mar 2005 17:48:40 -0000

When God created the world and the garden, it was watered by the dew. So
since He created the sea as well, I would imagine that there would be,
supernaturally, no evaporation and thus no rain or there was evaporation but
supernaturally no rain. Before the fall there were many things that didn't
happen in the perfect garden but did happen after the fall. It would seem
that after the fall God withdrew the supernatural and replaced it with the


----- Original Message -----
From: "Dr. Neville Jones" <ntj005@xxxxxxxxxxx>
To: <creation@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Wednesday, March 23, 2005 11:36 PM
Subject: [creation] Precipitation

> John, Jack and Bernie,
> Thanks for the replies. I believe I have traced the book now.
> Dear All,
> Another question for you. Since there is evaporation going on all the time
off the surface of the oceans, and since evaporation leads to precipitation
(rain), then why did it not rain before the Flood?
> Any ideas?
> Neville.
> John D Matthews <john.matthews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Neville,
> I don't know the book, but the issue as to which agent is the better able
> explain geological features is still debated outside creationist circles.
> have less faith in the ice explanation. Water moving at high speed, and
> draining freely into the earth as it rises out of the ocean (because the
> water table is trying to follow the ocean level) does have power to move
> large quantities of material, and then suddenly dump them as the surface
> water exhausts itself by downward drainage.
> John Matthews
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