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Meteorites have an amazing story to tell, but it has been misunderstood.
Despite multiple expeditions over many centuries, Noah’s Ark still has not been found. A geologist proposes one reason why.
Let’s take a closer look at the radioactive dating method and the radiometric dating methods and see how reliable they really are.
Although many people think radiocarbon is used to date rocks, it is limited to dating things that contain carbon and were once alive (fossils).
The idea that continents move sounds crazy . . . until you look at the facts.
Many scientists claim the fossil record shows many mass extinctions separated by millions of years. Does the Bible give a better explanation?
When geologists assume the earth changes slowly, they overlook astonishing evidence of Noah’s global Flood.
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?
Remnants of a cypress forest were recently discovered off Alabama’s coast. What climate changes could explain such a massive rise in ocean level?
According to science textbooks, a series of rock layers covers the earth, representing many eras over “millions of years.” Are these charts accurate?
Forming the coveted qualities of jade requires unique conditions unlike anything on earth today.
Diamonds are dazzling but definitely not “forever.” In fact, they wouldn’t exist without special conditions that God provided.
At today’s rate of ocean-floor buildup, chalk layers would take millions of years to form. How do creationists explain them?
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.
Every year “Cotton Castle” in Turkey attracts a million visitors.
The visitor overlooks at Bryce Canyon, Utah, provide a breathtaking spectacle of row upon row of towering columns.
The Giant’s Causeway is Northern Ireland’s most iconic landmark.
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 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.
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