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Amphibian responses to the 1980 eruption of Mount St Helens—implications for Noahic Flood recovery
Responses to the 1980 eruption and its implications for recovery from Noah’s Flood.
by Keith H. Swenson
Zippy zonkey
When Ziggy the zebra gave birth …
by David Catchpoole
How big were the dinosaurs, really?
How big were the dinosaurs on average, and what was the biggest of them all? How did Noah get them on the Ark?
by Jonathan Sarfati
The biggest dinosaur eggs
Just how big were they, and what are the implications for the Ark?
by Phil Robinson
Questions about Noah’s Flood
Why did God make Noah's Flood so destructive? Why put animals on the Ark God knew would go extinct after the Flood?
by Shaun Doyle
Dragons on Noahs Ark
Ancient artists produced spectacular animal imagery that includes a creature with easily discernible dinosaurian features.
by Philip Robinson
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
Biogeography
Evolutionists claim that biogeography provides strong evidence for evolution. Can the data fit the biblical account of recolonisation following the Genesis Flood?
by Dominic Statham
Computers on the Ark?
The Ark was totally feasible with technology known to the ancient world. But Ark defenders who assert superior science by Noah overlook the biblical worldview that made science possible.
by Jonathan Sarfati
Flood legends, and creation in the science class
Is the Genesis account the original and most reliable Flood narrative?
by Jonathan Sarfati and Tas Walker
Hibernation, Migration and the Ark
A tiny marsupial that can hibernate for over a year—should we use this to help ‘explain’ the feasibility of a year-long journey by animals on the Ark?
by Carl Wieland