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The Genesis Flood and Noah’s Ark
Evidence for the Genesis Flood and Noah’s Ark is crucial to understanding the world’s history.
by Tas Walker
Confusion over mining plans and coal deposits
But Flood geology explains them.
by Tas Walker
Coal beds and Noah’s Flood part 2
Multiple coal beds are no surprise to creationists despite evolutionists’ objections.
by Andrew Snelling
Coal beds and Noah’s Flood
Evolutionists continue to question whether a global flood could have produced all coal deposits.
by Andrew Snelling
Haleakala volcano on the Island of Maui, Hawaii
How can I understand the general evolutionary explanation for the shape and structure of the volcano?
by Tas Walker
Why was the UK once totally under water?
See how uniformitarian data about the geology of the United Kingdom supports the reality of the global Flood.
by John D Matthews
The violent volcanoes of Io
Spectacular evidence for a young solar system
by David Coppedge
Woolly mammoths were cold adapted
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by Michael J Oard
The origin of Ayers Rock
The evolutionary story of how Ayres Rock/Uluru was formed does not stand up to scrutiny.
by Andrew Snelling
The recent, rapid formation of the Mount Isa orebodies during Noah’s Flood
Metal ores and their enclosing sediments could have been deposited in less than 20 days!
by Andrew Snelling
Continental-scale erosion
Evidence of runoff from Noah’s Flood
by Michael J Oard
Creation in-depth: Internal oceanic waves and sedimentation
How recent sedimentation research helps show the plausibility of Noah’s Flood.
by Michael J Oard