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Polar dinosaurs: evolutionary conundrums and biblical solutions
Evolutionary conundrums and biblical solutions
by Michael J. Oard
Could the Flood have been tranquil?
John Fleming proposed a tranquil Flood that left no trace. But then, why are scoffers without excuse? Could there be a tranquil flood any more than a tranquil explosion?
by Jonathan Sarfati
The baobab: The strangest tree on Earth
The strangest tree on Earth
by Don Batten and Jerry Bergman
Greenery beneath Greenland Ice Sheet?
Does it support the biblical Ice Age?
by Michael J. Oard
The cataclysmic carving of Carnarvon Gorge
An Australian outback icon reveals exciting evidence of Noah’s Flood
by Tas Walker
How the Bible makes sense of everything
A sneak preview of the editorial from the soon-to-be-released Creation magazine. Subscribers will be delighted with the magazine’s powerful content and brilliant graphics.
by Tas Walker
Masters of their art
Experts are stunned at the breathtaking skills of ancient cave artists that show ancient man not ‘less evolved’
by Jenny Arms
When were ‘mismatched’ river courses carved?
During Noah’s Flood or the post-Flood Ice Age?
by Ron Neller
Globally extensive Cenozoic coals indicate high post-Flood boundary
Are they best explained by Noah’s Flood or by catastrophes after Noah’s Flood?
by Timothy L. Clarey, Davis J. Werner, and Jeffrey P. Tomkins
A more likely origin of massive dolomite deposits
Does Noah’s Flood provide a better context for explaining the origin of massive dolomite deposits?
by Michael J. Oard
Pre-Tejas volcanism in North America: challenge to Hydroplate Theory
Does it fit the timing and order of events posed by Hydroplate Theory?
by Edward Isaacs
Earth’s upper mantle viscosity may be lower than assumed
Might the crust rebound faster than long-age researchers assume?
by Michael J. Oard and Nathan Mogk