What Do Thick Forests Have To Do With The Ice Age? | Creation Q&A: Campus Edition [Video]

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What Do Thick Forests Have To Do With The Ice Age? | Creation Q&A: Campus Edition

How does a lack of thick forests confirm the creationist perspective? What is ICR’s understanding of the Flood and the Ice Age? ICR physicist Dr. Jake Hebert addresses these questions during a live Q&A session on a college campus.

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