Originally Posted by stevieray
really, so there is no ice left?
ludicrous would be acknowledging they were once in turkey, which validates the Ark, and then saying the same point of origin/final destination disproves it.
Present ice caps do not equal ice age. Gees. We are talking about the ice age in which ice was half way through the US. You brought up ice age so now you have explain the discrepancies. Answer the question. You now believe the ice age dates are inaccurate and that within the past 6,000 years the northern half of the US was still covered in ice?
So you really think I am acknowledging that Galapagos turtles were once in Turkey?
What I'm saying is that in your situation they were there which is, in fact, ludicrous. Especially your explanation. They were never in Turkey. That is the point which you fail to see. Likely on purpose. Attributing statements and inferences to others which haven't been said is a common practice in order to discredit the opposing side. I don't doubt there was some kind of ark and a small localized flood. But it certainly didn't contain all the animals to repopulate the world in a few thousand years or so and it certainly wasn't a global flood.