In April 2010, a press conference was held in Hong Kong to announce to the world the potential discovery of the remains of Noah’s Ark on Mt. Ararat. What are we to make of these claims?
In April 2010, a press conference was held to announce the potential discovery of remains of Noah’s Ark on Mt. Ararat. What are we to make of these claims?
Many people assume that rocks are dated at “millions of years” based on radiocarbon (carbon-14) dating. But that’s not the case.
Interpreted in a biblical framework, radiometric dating methods help us better understand the earth's history since creation six thousand years ago.
God’s Word gives these two stones special attention. Indeed, rubies and sapphires are mentioned more often than diamonds.
If the radioactive element carbon-14 breaks down quickly—within a few thousand years—why do we still find it in fossils and diamonds?
The sedimentary strata that cover most of Israel are an obvious record of the Genesis Flood.PDF Download
Rock layers can be explained within the biblical framework of earth history.
Once you understand the basic science of radiometric dating, you can see how wrong assumptions lead to incorrect dates.
Today we see the effects of weathering and erosion all around us. But where is the evidence of millions of years between rock layers?
The May 18, 1980, eruption of Mount St. Helens in the state of Washington is regarded by many as the most significant geologic event of the twentieth century.
The Cooma granodiorite was generated as a consequence of the regional metamorphism that resulted from the catastrophic large-scale emplacement during the catastrophic plate tectonics of the Flood.PDF Download
The rate at which the corals grow in the Great Barrier Reef of Australia has declined recently. Is global warming to blame?
Fossils of sea creatures are found in rock layers high above sea level. This is just one more evidence of the truth of God’s Word.
If the Genesis Flood, as described in Genesis 7 and 8 really occurred, what evidence would we expect to find?
This is a series of articles explaining the evidences from geology for the Genesis Flood.
The First Conference on Creation Geology gave researchers the opportunity to share their research and receive comments to better their efforts.
When you look at a globe, have you ever thought that the earth looks cracked? Or, maybe the continents have reminded you of a giant jigsaw puzzle.
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