Peleg’s Tectonics

To Eber were born two sons: the name of one was Peleg, for in his days the earth was divided; and his brother’s name was Joktan.

(1 Chronicles 1:19) NKJV

The expansion of hell, and the way that it’s melting the Earth from the inside out, melted the core of the Earth. The pillars of the Earth no longer had any support and the mantle of the Earth to collapse inward. This was on the day that Peleg was born.

The day that Peleg was born.

Christians are making major strides in how they’re able to account for the stratigraphic column as the remnants of Noah’s flood. They’re embracing the material and have developed some technical proficiency. However, they’re determined to conflate Peleg’s tectonics with Noah’s flood as a way to cause the formation of tectonic plates.

Be careful, some folk made a fabulous video, it’s truly great, but that doesn’t mean that we now use the video to interpret scripture.

It’s depicts Catastrophic Plate Tectonics, which is the most prominent model creationists have put forward for explaining the mechanics of Noah’s Flood. It is restricted to the year of the Flood precisely because the devastation such a tectonic cataclysm would make would wipe out all life on the land.

The way we handle issues like this is: what does the Bible actually say? Peleg means division. How could Peleg have the name division unless the day that the Earth was divided was the day on which he was born? In which case, he was named for the event as a memorial. Make sure that you have cause and effect in the correct relationship: interpretation has to start with the Bible.



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