Catastrophism Vs Uniformitarianism?

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Many people debate catastrophism vs uniformitarianism. Catastrophism is an idea that natural disasters can dramatically and quickly change the surface of the Earth.These natural disasters includes floods and earthquakes. Uniformitarianism is the idea that geological processes slowly changed how the surface of the Earth appears. These geological processes include erosion. Those who believe in the Bible and in God may believe in the idea of catastrophism. Noah's flood is one example of a natural act that quickly shaped the world.
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