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Devil’s Tower
Can it be explained by the waters of the Flood flowing off the continent?
by Michael J. Oard
World Creation stories
Everyone believes in a creation story of some sort, but which of the world’s creation stories have proven to be the most detrimental to a civil society?
by Calvin Smith
Plenty of time
For oil reserves, for distant starlight to reach the earth, and for God (who created time)
by Jonathan Sarfati and David Catchpoole
Fascinating fossil fence-wire
Unfortunately, the average person is still conditioned into thinking ‘millions of years’ when considering how rocks and fossils form. But as we’ve said many times with many examples—given the right conditions, rocks and fossils will form in a very short time.
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Soil formation and the age of the earth
Soil formation is often invoked as a death blow to the historical reliability of the Bible and justify evolution over millions of years.
by Tas Walker
Cave men—in the Bible
The Bible rules out a ‘Stone Age’—yet it describes cave men. Go figure!
by David Catchpoole
Mineral evolution
What’s next? Geobiology or biogeology?
by Emil Silvestru
Indian creation myths
The evidence is substantial, the conclusion undeniable. Throughout the Americas various groups share similar, detailed creation accounts that mirror Genesis and mirror accounts from virtually every culture on the planet.
by Calvin Smith
Mining mountains in West Virginia
Journey inside the earth reveals another world from another time.
by Tas Walker
Sandy surprise
When most people look at huge sandstone cliffs, for example, they are conditioned in today’s culture to think in terms of millions of years. But this swimming pool owner, from hard experience, knows you don’t need the millions of years.
by n/a
A river like no other
On Charles Darwin’s Beagle voyage, his geological observations using Charles Lyell’s book reinforced his belief in long ages, and underpinned his later evolutionary ideas. But modern geology denies many of his interpretations.
by Emil Silvestru
Rock language: is there such a thing?
Some people say the rocks cry out but others just hear a stony silence.
by Tas Walker