The biblical worldview changes how you see everything, even a "paradise" like Hawaii. If the Flood destroyed the earth, where'd these islands come from? Only catastrophic earth movements—a result of the Flood—can explain this string of jewels.
Mention Hawaii, and it conjures up thoughts of a tropical paradise. Pristine waterfalls, luxuriant creeping vegetation, and squawking, duck-like coots remind millions of annual visitors about the Creator's handiwork.
THE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS' LANDSCAPE IS A PRODUCT OF CATASTROPHIC FORCES UNLEASHED BY NOAH'S FLOOD.
But red hot lavas slowly moving across fields and engulfing roads are never far away. Indeed, the Hawaiian Islands are a string of active and extinct volcanoes that hint at a catastrophic past. No Garden of Eden, this charming landscape is a product of catastrophic forces unleashed by Noah's Flood. This modern-day "paradise" speaks unmistakably of God's recent judgment.
If the volcanoes that formed Hawaii's eight major islands had been formed before or during Noah's Flood, the Flood would have deposited sediments on their flanks. But they have none. So we know the volcanoes must have erupted following the Flood.