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The CCC Model

The Creation/Curse/Catastrophe (CCC) geologic model integrates geology and biblical information. Unlike other young-Earth geologic models, many geologic events are seen to have happened over scores, or even hundreds of years. It has been noted in other young-Earth models that some geologic events of major importance [i.e. the Pleistocene Ice Age(s)] have occurred since the Deluge. However, in the CCC model, many geologic events also happen between the time of the Curse upon the Earth just after man’s first sin and the beginning of the Flood in the time of Noah.

By bringing to bear all the time elements given to us in the Bible – Creation Week events, the pre-Deluge world, the Genesis Flood Event, and post-Deluge times – we can begin to make better sense of the often-times complicated geologic histories of each area on Earth.

  • The Biblical Flood and Geology
    One of the most puzzling things for many young earth creationists to explain is: “If most of the fossil record around the world (with its billions of fossils) is the result of Noah’s Flood, why haven’t huge burials of human fossils been found?” More >>

  • The CCC Model and its Geologic Implications (2000)
    When early non-evolutionary geologists named the geologic Periods, the ancient earth theory was already firmly a part of geologic thought. Twentieth century Flood geology has sought to correct this error. More >>

  • Another Look at the CCC Model (2007)
    Seven years have passed since the initial CCC model paper was published. Here’s another look at the CCC model, adding some valuable information not contained in the first paper. More >>

  • Questions and Answers About the CCC Model
    Your chance to ask questions. More >>
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