2021_10_19 David Nelson - The Deluges of Wisconsin: Part 2
Join us as David Nelson Presents:
The Deluges of Wisconsin: Part 2
Tuesday, October 19, 2021
Our Redeemer Lutheran Church
10025 W North Ave
Wauwatosa, WI 53226
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Doors Open 6:00 PM
Presentation: 6:30 – 8:00 PM
The Deluges of Wisconsin: Part 2
We have all been taught that glaciers covered enormous regions of continents including much of Wisconsin.  Questioning this theory is frowned upon, even in the creation science community, since this is ‘settled science’.  The science of Water Deluge is still in its infancy but powerful and overwhelming evidences that differentiate glacial activity from water deluge clearly exist although they have been either ignored or intentionally omitted.   Wisconsin is the showcase region for what really occurred.  It had nothing to do with glaciers, but had everything to do with Water Deluge.  Part 1 (presented last October), brought to light the bedrock evidences of Water Deluge in Central and Southwest Wisconsin by examining the Logic and Patterns of Evidence that are connected with the Missoula Flood incident.  Part 2 of the Deluges of Wisconsin provides the final framework of the events that took place in the last overland surge of water.
Our Speaker: David Nelson
David taught Earth Science in Wauwatosa for close to 20 years, having embraced the concept of an Ice Age.  Over time, understanding HOW the formations came to be proved to be more and more evasive.  Seeing a movie about the Missoula Flood being responsible for producing features that resembled glacial features sparked the curiosity that led him to trips to the Scablands, the Rockies as well as intense study of the Kettle Moraine. The 4 years of education at UW-Stevens Point to earn a BS in Water Chemistry were not about to prepare the author for the ‘Smoking Gun’ evidences that were discovered on these trips.

Sponsored by:
Creation Science Society of Milwaukee, Inc.
This program is free and open to the public.