The Bible, by contrast, paints a radically different picture of our planet's history.
In particular, it describes a time when God catastrophically destroyed the earth and essentially all its life.
Today, people could have access to thousands of potential options, and contact is only a click away.
to the invitations, and will at least seriously consider them.
In the old days, finding a good match was as much luck as anything – you could easily pass people by without ever realizing how much you had in common.
For this reason, the history of dating tends to be quite different for the LGBT population.
In the first decade of the twentieth century, men "called upon" young women whom they fancied by (with the permission of her parents) visiting her home.
This is partly due to the legacy of the doctrine of uniformitarianism passed down from one generation of geologists to the next since the time of Charles Lyell in the early nineteenth century.
Uniformitarianism assumes that the vast amount of geological change recorded in the rocks is the product of slow and uniform processes operating over an immense span of time, as opposed to a global cataclysm of the type described in the Bible and other ancient texts.
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