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We tend to take for granted the healthfulness of the air around us as long as we get the oxygen we need. We don’t pay much attention to the other elements even though oxygen makes up only 21% of our atmosphere. The bulk of the atmosphere consists of nitrogen (78%), and the remaining 1% is a mixture of trace materials. What is all that nitrogen doing in the atmosphere?
Our modern economy depends on a correct understanding of the earth, as we incessantly search for oil and essential minerals, and predict deadly earthquakes or volcanic eruptions. Moreover, the modern debate about the origin of the solar system revolves in part around what makes up the earth’s interior.
Over three days, God gave form to the sky, sea, and land. Included in the original material of creation was water, out of which God created the earth. This unique planet had just the right mix of chemicals and the right mass to hold a life-sustaining atmosphere.
Planet earth—theplace over six billion people call home. We are bombarded with ideas on how to go green, save the polar bears, and reduce our carbon footprint. Global warming remains at the forefront thanks to the media and politicians. It can be confusing for Christians who are called to be wise stewards of God’s creation.
The inner makeup of our planet may be hidden from view, but we can still discover many things about it that help us understand earth history.
Journey to the center of the earth said to show how our core came to be.
Danny R. Faulkner, AiG–U.S., examines the Dodwell hypothesis, that the earth underwent a catastrophic impact in 2345 BC that altered its axial tilt and then gradually recovered by about 1850.PDF Download
Erik Lutz, AiG–US, explains why the Bible records both a statement that the earth is immovably set on pillars and that it is hanging on nothing.
Far from being one of a kind, might the earth be one of many trillion?
Our earthly home takes center stage in this issue of Answers, providing Christians the needed context in order to properly interpret global warming.
Earth is one special planet—and it seems the more we learn, the more we know it!
J. P. Holding responds to P. H. Seely’s dispute about whether the Bible teaches a flat earth.
P. H. Seely responds to J. P. Holding’s criticism of his writings about a flat earth.
Critic Paul H. Seely claims that the Bible teaches that the earth is a flat disc consisting of a single continent floating on a circular sea.
Evolutionists often falsely accuse creationists of believing in a flat Earth. But neither history nor modern scholarship supports the claim.
Dr. Thomas G. Barnes drew attention to the fact that the strength of the earth’s magnetic field was decreasing. On this basis he concluded that the magnetic field was less than 10,000 years old.
Fossils with magnetic properties demonstrate the rapid reversals of the Earth's magnetic field in the past.
The aim of this paper is to give a brief description of the Earth’s magnetic field and the models associated with it.