How Mount St. Helens Affected the Earth With David Rives and Paul Taylor on TBN

Watch TBN (Trinity Broadcasting Network) this Saturday, February 26th, at 12:30pm Central to see this week’s episode of “Creation in the 21st Century.” Join David Rives as he welcomes Paul Taylor to the program and learn about the catastrophic effects of the Mount St. Helens eruptions that were not only local but also global. If you watched the program and want related material, just click the photo and links below to go to our store.

Ruin and Regrowth 2 Video Set

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Mount St. Helens – Ruin and Regrowth 2 Video Bundle

Join David and Paul in Mount St. Helens – Ruin and Regrowth 2 Video Bundle as they discuss devastation at Mount St. Helens and why evidence of rapid regrowth in the area challenges secular scientists.

Mount St. Helens – A Massive Media Event

What lessons can we learn from the fairly recent 1980 eruption of Mount St. Helens? Learn why the 1980 eruption of Mount St. Helens is so significant when it comes to the relevance of historical eyewitness testimony of catastrophic events.

Run Time 30 Minutes

Mount St. Helens – Astonishing Regrowth

Mount St. Helens became a landmark of devastation in 1980. But what does it look like today? Some scientists said that it could take as many as one thousand years before some areas around Mount St. Helens would see significant regrowth. A short trip to the site today would prove otherwise.

Paul Taylor is the Director of Strong Tower Ministries. Originally from the UK, Paul does an excellent job analyzing Darwin’s life and legacy. He is the author of the book Where Birds Eat Horses, The Six Days of Genesis and more. Paul has led hundreds of tours to Mount St. Helens, studying the impact and environmental regrowth that took place after its eruption in 1980.

Run Time 30 Minutes

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