What Role Did Mega-Catastrophes Play in Earth's History? - Dr. Kurt Wise

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cv5

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This preposterous climate change business nowadays is meaningless. The Bible says that the greatest earthquakes ever known will happen at the Second Coming. Watch the video to find out how catastrophic it will actually be during the Great Tribulation compared to these earthquakes that this author articulates. These ancient earthquakes Earth moments & catastrophes were devastating beyond all possible comprehension.

 

Dino246

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This is an informative series. I've watched (or, more accurately, listened) to several, and all share a wealth of relatively new research-based data.
 

Godsgirl83

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This preposterous climate change business nowadays is meaningless. The Bible says that the greatest earthquakes ever known will happen at the Second Coming. Watch the video to find out how catastrophic it will actually be during the Great Tribulation compared to these earthquakes that this author articulates. These ancient earthquakes Earth moments & catastrophes were devastating beyond all possible comprehension.

This is an informative series. I've watched (or, more accurately, listened) to several, and all share a wealth of relatively new research-based data.
ohhh thank you for sharing this info :)
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