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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.
An astonishing discovery made over the past 20 years is that, almost without exception, organic samples from every portion of the Phanerozoic record show detectable amounts of 14C!PDF Download
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.
Because of the enormous explanatory and predictive success of the plate tectonics model, we feel that at least some portion of plate tectonics theory should be incorporated into the creation model.PDF Download
Dinosaur footprints create an apparent dilemma for creationists. How could they ever be made and fossilized during the Flood?
Understanding the geology of Israel would provide background to biblical events, and potential insights as to where and how they happened.PDF Download
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?
Present volcanoes and eruptions are not the key to understanding the earth’s past. The volume of some past lava deposits is much too large to be explained by today’s volcanic activity.
Of the two styles of metamorphism, contact and regional, the latter is most often used to argue against the young-earth creation-Flood model.PDF Download
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.
Answers Research Journal began on January 9, 2008, with much controversy. Three volumes later, hundreds of thousands of visitors have learned how true science testifies to God’s glory.
The pattern in the discordances may provide clues into the physics responsible for time variations in the decay process.
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