Re: The Earth has been expanding over millions of years
well no, it wasnt billions of years, and it is currently not expanding. it was a catastrophic rapid expanse initially that stretched out the earth and separated it from the celestial sphere (Genesis Day 2).
Check out maps and you'll see the land masses could fit together perfectly just like a puzzle.
Africa snuggly fits into north america and South America (clearly), Greenland would perfectly slide between Canada and Asia/Europe, its pretty clear that it would come together to form one body
I explained it during a session show, not sure which one. but i believe there was an initial expance on Day 2...then there was a super continent (pangaea) which catastrophically broke apart during the great Flood. the Flood expanded the earth a little more, but after that, it is just minute settling. aftehr the flood there were land bridges because the continental shelves had not flooded over yet.. this was the minor secondary flood in the time of Peleg (archipelago), where the earth's continents were separated (divided) due to flooding.
The so called vast ages of the evolutionary cosmological system (which is the natural theory coming from the idea of an infinite universe of stars and worlds eternally existing), are a case of circular reasoning on the assumption of uniformitarian geological processes and unchanging decay rates of various radiological materials.... They base the age of the rocks on the fossils, and the fossils on the rocks, also.