Creation Presentation with Stacy Lung at the October meeting of Northwoods Creation Association in Ashland, WI.
When: Monday, October 10, 2016
from 7:00 pm – 8:15 pm
Where: W.I.T.C. Conference Center
2100 Beaser Avenue, Ashland, WI 54806
Topic: Geology of Wisconsin and the Upper Peninsula of Michigan
What is the significance of the wonderful rock formations we see in Wisconsin and the Upper Peninsula of Michigan? Were they deposited recently by Noah’s flood or millions of years ago? Noah’s flood records helps us to understand the geology of this area.
Specific locations will be examined providing a chronology of the geologic processes that operated during the stages of the global Flood and during the subsequent ice age. It starts by considering sites associated with the breaking up of the fountains of the deep. Then, the middle of the Flood is illustrated by locations which suggest the Flood covered the land surface. Finally, the receding Flood is evidenced in the geology of the Mississippi River area and are followed by glacial evidence from the post Flood ice age.
Stacy Lung is the author of the book “Wisconsin’s Flood Journey”, and is a home-educating mother of five children. She earned a BS in Geology from Michigan Technological University and a MS in Environmental Education from Concordia University Wisconsin. Stacy has presented at Creation Research Society and Society of Creation conferences and works to develop rigorous science curricula that are based on a straightforward interpretation of Genesis.