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Probing the earth’s deep places
Interview with plate tectonics expert Dr John Baumgardner.
by Carl Wieland and Don Batten
The origin of the Grand Canyon by late-Flood channelized flow
Carved as the waters of Noah's Flood retreated—and not by the bursting of a later Ice Age dam.
by Michael Oard
Faith tested
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 Don Batten
The Carnian Pluvial Event
Did it really rain on Earth for 2 million years?
by Ron Neller and Tas Walker
Astounding ammonite buried in Noah’s Flood
Ammolite is a rare, iridescent, gem-quality material cut from the fossilized shells of extinct sea creatures. We have Noah’s Flood to thank for their appearance.
by Tas Walker
The current state of creationist ice core research
We have refuted claims the ice sheets demand an old earth, but more modelling is needed.
by Jake Hebert
Ancient Apocalypse ‘hooey’
Graham Hancock’s popular Netflix TV series, Ancient Apocalypse, challenges the evolutionary status quo, proposing civilization is older than claimed, however, his ideas are not friendly to biblical history either.
by Gavin Cox
Rising waters separated Britain from Europe?
Evidence of human habitation underwater—evidence of a lower sea level during the immediate post-Flood era?
by Phil Robinson
Gold deposits—formed by the global Flood
New research shows how gold was deposited quickly as hot colloidal liquid at depth, aided by sea water. This is consistent with the Flood and not millions of years.
by Gavin Cox
Abrupt climate changes and global warming
Misinterpretation of ice core data by Uniformitarian scientists could be fueling some of the current global warming alarm.
by Michael Oard
Cosmic magnets vs long-age dogma
Tetrataenite, a promising alternative to rare-earth magnets, was thought to need millions of years to form, but a lab formed it quickly.
by Jonathan Sarfati
Fast, fine gemstones
It’s now known that those beautiful crystals on display didn’t need millions of years to form
by Jonathan O’Brien