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The Fagradalsfjall–Geldingadalir eruption of 2021, and other Icelandic volcanoes
Recent Icelandic volcanoes highlight major changes to landform in a matter of months and years.
by Andrew Sibley
The pre-Flood world resembled Pangaea
What was the pre-Flood continental configuration?
by Timothy L. Clarey and Davis J. Werner
Metamorphic rocks can form at shallow depths
Flood models provide answers to a secularist geological mystery.
by Michael J. Oard
How did the earth dry out after the Flood?
One objection to a global Flood is the thought that the wind that blew across the earth would be insufficient to dry the land. This is nonsense.
by Robert Carter
South Caspian Basin supports a late Cenozoic Flood boundary
How should we explain one of the deepest Cenozoic sedimentary basins in biblical framework?
by Timothy L. Clarey and Davis J. Werner
Rigid uniformitarianism and a hysterical fear of the scientific creationist bogeyman
Rigid uniformitarianism and a hysterical fear of the scientific creationist bogeyman.
by John Woodmorappe
William Lane Craig flubs on the Flood
William Lane Craig misrepresents biblical creationists about the Flood, speciation, and migration.
by Jonathan Sarfati
The Appalachian Mountains are young
The receding waters of Noah’s Flood better explain what shaped geological features such as mountains, valleys and rivers.
by Michael J.Oard
Plate tectonics—inconsistencies in the model
Just like the subject matter under investigation, opinions shift about in regards to plate tectonics.
by Mark McGuire
Is plate tectonics occurring today?
What do GPS measurements and the geophysics of rock motion suggest?
by John Baumgardner
Probing the earth’s deep places
Interview with plate tectonics expert Dr John Baumgardner.
by Carl Wieland and Don Batten