Frank Sherwin will present “Mount St. Helens” at a free online event held via Zoom. The 1980 Mount St. Helens eruption offered an outdoor laboratory for many of the processes that probably occurred during the year-long Flood (Genesis 6–9). Many features that geologists believe take long periods to develop instead formed rapidly at Mount St. Helens, dispelling the myth that millions of years are needed to explain the rock record. Deposition, erosion, petrification, coal formation, and radioisotope dating all point to a young earth.
Date: Jul 23, 2020Time: 2:00 p.m. CDT
Once you have registered, you'll need the Zoom meeting information. Several emails will be sent out (starting on Tuesday, July 21) with an orange button that says "View Now." Clicking on this button will bring you to a page with the Zoom meeting information.
Only those who have registered will be able to access the virtual classroom, so please make sure your Zoom account matches the name on your registration.