That Nahal Kidron a Perennial Stream When Sennacherib Invaded Israel Shows Ice Age Ended in Days of Joshua


Perplexing to the uniformitarians studying Israel is that the wadi in the valley which trends southeast past the northeast section of king David’s city down to the Dead Sea is called a river in the Bible, the Nahal Kidron, which flowed deep and strong during the Ice Age, and about seven hundred years after the Ice Age, it was still flowing perennially in the days of king Hezekiah (see 2 Chronicles 32: 4).