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Do fossils require millions of years to form? Hardly! Even secular geologists now recognize that rocks form very quickly.
Each visitor to Dinosaur National Monument sees the same evidence—massive amounts of dinosaur (and other) fossils all jumbled together. How one explains the formation of this fossil bed depends on one’s worldview. When viewed from a biblical perspective, the evidence is consistent with what one would expect from a worldwide Flood.
This research reminds us of the caution we should accord to every fossil reconstruction. Especially when it comes to supposed “ape-men” like Lucy, Ardi, and others, we must be aware of the fact that evolutionary ideas may be (consciously or subconsciously) guiding the reconstruction.
We can never answer all the questions. But with practice at “fossil sleuthing” from a biblical perspective, at least we can get better and better at evaluating each new discovery in a God-honoring way that might yield new insights into God’s person and work.
The presence of soft tissue in dinosaur bones cries out for a young earth, not for millions of years. These not-so-dry bones support the Bible’s history!
Dinosaur bones aren’t the only artifacts left behind by these creatures. Fossilized footprints point toward the watery cataclysm that buried the dinosaurs.
The fossil record, billions of dead things buried in rock layers laid down by water all over the earth, is dramatic evidence of the historicity of Noah’s Flood.
Do fossils really require millions of years to form? The evidence shouts no! A lot of water and a little bit of time rapidly laid down the fossil record.
Living fossils, organisms previously known only through the fossil record and having no close living relatives, pose a grim threat to the evolutionary paradigm.
Evolution predicts a fossil record bursting with transitional fossils. Curiously, there are only a handful of highly-disputed fossils that are claimed as such.
The fossil record shows more biodiversity than our current ecosystems. This incredible diversity clearly demonstrates the handiwork of the Creator!
Animals can show up in the oddest places and make evolutionists scratch their heads as is the case with the newly discovered monkey fossils.
Evolutionists have come to largely accept the fact that soft tissues can be preserved in fossils for an extraordinarily long time. But millions of years . . . ?
Massive Dreadnoughtus said to shed light on the evolution of gigantism.
China’s Jurassic fossils get a new name.
Three-dimensional images of fossil will force evolutionists to revise their terrestrial story, but not much.
We’ve all seen photographs of insects, arachnids, and other small creatures trapped in amber. But a lizard?
Last week it was the oldest remains of the earth. This week, it’s the oldest remains of animals.
“We knew it was a great find,” said paleontologist Leonard Brand about the fossil whales he saw in Peru in 1999, 350 km (200 miles) south of Lima, the capital.
A farmer digging a snowmobile course accidentally unearthed one of the most remarkably-preserved plant fossil localities in the world.
Uniformitarian models fail to explain the remarkably well-preserved fish fossils in the Green River Formation, Wyoming, USA.
Sydney has its beautiful harbour and famous bridge, its Opera House and golden beaches, but it also has some unique and characteristic rock formations.
There is an exquisitely preserved fossil of an extinct marine reptile called an ichthyosaur. The mother ichthyosaur is shown having almost completed giving birth to a live infant.
Can 'thinking weird' help creationists? Dr Kurt Wise believes so, and he encourages his students to break new ground in their thinking by doing just that.
We can’t prove, from a strictly scientific perspective, the Flood of Noah. But the nature of the fossil records is just what we would expect to see from the record of the Bible.
Some of the most devastating attacks on evolution by creationists have been associated with the fossil record.