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Mountains and breathtaking valleys adorn our planet. Each one speaks of God’s handiwork, but they were formed by water and ice in judgment, not creation.
For decades, dinosaurs have troubled Christians who didn’t know how to explain them from the Bible.
The world that we see today is not the one that existed in Noah’s day.
The eruption of Mount St. Helens 35 years ago provided an amazing opportunity for scientists to study the effects of catastrophe.
Have you ever been “tongue-tied” when asked to provide geologic evidence that the Genesis Flood really did occur, just as the Bible describes?
The Grand Canyon is one of the world’s most awesome erosional features. How did it form?
Every claim the Bible makes about science is not only true but crucial for filling in the blanks about the origin of the universe.
Did the continents drift apart in the days of Peleg as a result of God dividing and separating the continents?
Rare geologic wonders—like delicate arch—draw gawking tourists from around the world.
Geologist Dr. Andrew Snelling presents several lines of evidence that both confirm the biblical account of the global Flood, and cannot be explained by evolutionary models. From deep sea fossils high atop the Himalayas to the movement of the continents during the Flood, the big picture comes into sharp focus when you look through the lens of the Bible!
The details of the Flood have profound implications for explaining the geology of the earth today.
Read an excerpt from the book Grappling with the Chronology of the Flood.
How could a massive, global flood be triggered? Do plate tectonics provide a valid mechanism? Geologist Andrew Snelling answers.
The fossil record is hardly “the record of life in the geologic past” that so many scientists incorrectly espouse, assuming a long prehistory for the earth and life on it.
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