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William Stukeley, and an early 18th century plesiosaur
How members of the British Royal Society upheld biblical creation.
by Andrew Sibley
A floating island with growing trees and monkeys observed
How does this relate to Noah’s Flood?
by Michael J. Oard
Eroding ages
The continents cannot be billions of years old because they would have eroded away long ago; there should be nothing left.
by Tas Walker
The origin of the Carboniferous coal measures
Part 1: Lessons from history.
by Joanna F. Woolley
Uniformitarian paleoaltimetry estimates questionable
What assumptions and challenges call into question long-age attempts to assess the height of the land in the past?
by Michael J. Oard
Fossilized animal and bird footprints in megasequences
How does the megasequences model of Noah's Flood explain fossil animal footprints in the Tejas megasequence?
by Carl R. Froede, Jr., A. Jerry Akridge, and John K. Reed
The flood chaser
When Ron Neller studied how water affected the landscapes all over the world, he was on his way to becoming a biblical creationist and did not know it.
by tas Walker
Ice core oscillations and abrupt climate changes: part 5—the early Holocene green Sahara
What the relation between the wet Sahara and the biblical Ice Age?
by Michael J. Oard
Vast, wide rock layers
Vast, wide rock layers and many other geological formations when examined are better explained by the global Flood rather than evolutionary geology.
by Jonathan Sarfati
Ice core oscillations and abrupt climate changes: part 4—abrupt changes better explained by the Ice Age
Ice core oscillations and abrupt climate changes are better explained within the context of the biblical Ice Age framework.
by Michael J. Oard
Another one bites the dust
A growing number of rock formations are collapsing in relatively recent times.
by Mark James
The uplift of the mountains
It happened quickly but did not terrify people
by Tas Walker