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The Lord has so mightily used this chronological approach to the teaching of His Word to animistic tribes that the lessons have been formalized in print.
Footprints and sand ‘dunes’ in a Grand Canyon sandstone provide startling evidence for Noah’s Flood.
What is the massive boat-shaped formation that rests at 6,300 feet above sea level in Eastern Turkey, about 12–15 miles from the summit of Greater Mount Ararat?
Traditional evolutionary geology maintains that the deposition of sediments to form major rock layers often takes long periods of time.
Dr. Thomas G. Barnes drew attention to the fact that the strength of the earth’s magnetic field was decreasing. On this basis he concluded that the magnetic field was less than 10,000 years old.
Many people today, including scientists, have the idea that oil and natural gas must take a long time to form, even millions of years. Such is the strong mental bias that has been generated.
In a dusty old wooden shed on a side street in Lightning Ridge, New South Wales, Australia, a bush scientist trying to discover the origin of opal has been able to ‘grow’ opal.
The all-knowing and wise Creator designed the lovable Australian koala to be what he is: unique!
They’re Australia’s best-known marsupials - and they display all the evidence of planned, purposeful creation.
Coal beds formed from plant debris catastrophically buried by Noah’s Flood about 4,500 years ago? Evolutionists believe that the material in coal beds accumulated over millions of years.
Mount Isa in north-west Queensland, Australia, is one of the world’s largest (and richest) metal deposits, with silver-lead-zinc and copper ore bodies in the same beds.
Even the Chinese Communist Party Chairman Mao knew about this city located on the hot, isolated northern coastline of the Australian continent.
The objective of this study is to examine the published U/Pb dating results obtained from mineral samples from the Koongarra uranium deposit, Northern Territory.
In Ex Nihilo (v3n3, August 1980) David Denner discussed the composition of the Earth’s primitive atmosphere as advocated by evolutionists.
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