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Shifting sands
How do we handle conflicts between geology and the Bible?
by Tas Walker
Volcanoes shaped our planet
Fiery catastrophe greater in the past.
by Tas Walker
Rapid rock
Unexpected application for hard-rock recipe.
by Tas Walker
Caves and age
How radioactive dating confuses the situation
by Emil Silvestru
Tsunami tragedy
The tragic devastation wreaked by the Boxing Day, 2004 tsunami is a sober reminder of the awesome power of God’s judgment in the Flood of Noah.
by By Tas Walker
Geology and the young earth
Answering those ‘Bible-believing’ bibliosceptics
by Tas Walker
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
Retreating Stage formation of gravel sheets in south-central Asia
Retreating Stage formation of gravel sheets.
by Michael J Oard
The K/T impact hypothesis and secular neocatastrophism—why is this important to Flood geology?
What forced secular geologists to abandon Charles Lyell’s gradualism and embrace catastrophe in the rocks?
by Carl R. Froede Jr
Claim Robert Ballard discovered Noah’s Flood in the Black Sea is not correct
Robert Ballard discovered the Titanic but not Noah’s Flood.
by Tas Walker
Evolutionary troubles with the origin and demise of dinosaurs
Lack of information and heated debates divide evolutionist researchers.
by Michael J Oard
After devastation … the recovery
An amazing bounce-back after catastrophe gives us insights into how the world recovered from the Flood.
by Keith Swenson, David Catchpoole