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Well-watered deserts
How the Flood solves another Ice Age mystery
by Mike Oard
Planation surfaces formed by river piracy?
Or do planation surfaces require a more catastrophic mechanism?
by Michael J. Oard
Chalk challenges deep-time dogma
How the famous white cliffs of Dover testify to Noah’s Flood
by Gavin Cox
Ammonite in amber
A sea creature found trapped in resin from a land tree
by Phil Robinson
A case for rapid formation of calcareous concretions
These geological structures form much more quickly than was thought!
by Michael J. Oard
Long-distance transport of sediments
Surprising catastrophism in sediments for uniformitarians; is it consistent with the Flood?
by Michael J. Oard
Land bridges after the Flood
What place do land bridges have in the post-Flood dispersal of animals?
by Michael J. Oard
Glacial-like striations formed in less than 90 seconds
How striations could be explained in the context of the Flood.
by Michael J. Oard
Ice Age megafloods provide insight into Flood sedimentation
Megafloods cause rapid, layered sedimentation and demonstrate that the Genesis Flood was capable of depositing the continental sedimentary rocks.
by Michael J. Oard
Disagreements on the post-Flood boundary: a reason to doubt biblical creation?
Are disagreements among creation researchers reason to doubt biblical creation?
by Shaun Doyle
The geological history of Tasmania, Australia
How biblical geology interprets our world to add insights, reveal problems, and solve puzzles.
by Tas Walker
‘Billion-year’ fossil ‘balls’ (part 2)
‘Earliest life’ fossils of Bicellum brasieri were buried by Noah’s Flood and not one billion years ago.
by Gavin Cox