Thus I am asked to take the statements of the Genesis creation and flood accounts at face value in spite of the evidence that geology and the other sciences may offer to the contrary. I am told that Genesis should control my scientific theorizing, not the other way around. I am encouraged not to trust the unreliable efforts of fallible, sinful human scientists…Hitchcock concluded that even though newer interpretations of the biblical narrative did not seem to be ‘the most natural meaning,’ yet if geological facts ‘unequivocally require such an interpretation to harmonize the Bible with nature,’ then ‘science must be allowed to modify our exegesis of Scripture.
Young, Davis, The Biblical Flood, p. 146-8.
Davis Young is a professor at Calvin College, a supposed Christian college.