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Most people, including Christians, would still claim dogmatically that the earth looks old. But why does the earth supposedly look old?
Forming the coveted qualities of jade requires unique conditions unlike anything on earth today.
How much do we really know about all those human and ape fossils displayed in museums and textbooks? The dating methods aren’t as rock-solid as most people assume.
When geologists assume the earth changes slowly, they overlook astonishing evidence of Noah’s global Flood.
The visitor overlooks at Bryce Canyon, Utah, provide a breathtaking spectacle of row upon row of towering columns.
The Devils Marbles are an iconic landmark in Australia’s Outback.
Located just outside Moab, Utah, is a wonderland of more than 2,000 natural arches.
The Giant’s Causeway is Northern Ireland’s most iconic landmark.
The Smoky Mountains offer much more than breathtaking vistas and vacation getaways. The hills testify to God’s creation of the world and the global Flood.
Every year “Cotton Castle” in Turkey attracts a million visitors.
Present volcano eruptions are not the key to understanding the earth’s past. The volume of past lava deposits is too large to be explained by today’s activity.
Secular scientists claim it’s easy to disprove the Bible’s 6,000-year history: just count the tree rings. Is this dating method reliable?
Conventional wisdom assumes the mud in earth’s mudrocks took millions of years to settle. What do new experiments suggest?
Even today you can touch rocks that date all the way back to God’s original creation. What do they tell us about that lost world?
Meteorites have an amazing story to tell, but it has been misunderstood.
Minerals display not only God’s incredible creativity and His care for our needs, but also His unbounded love of variety and beauty.
In a few rare spots, geologists find fossils of strange eight-foot-tall “mushrooms.” What do they tell us about the mysterious world they came from?
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