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From The New Answers DVD 3
The formation of the Grand Canyon defies the explanations offered by evolutionary geologists. It was carved through a plateau that had already been uplifted by some sort of geologic process.
The fossil-bearing portion of the geologic record consists of tens of thousands of feet of sedimentary layers, of which about 4,500 feet are exposed in the walls of Grand Canyon. If the thickness of sediments was deposited over 500 million years then some boundaries between layers should show evidence of erosion.
Dam breaches remind us that rather than forming over millions of years, the Grand Canyon is a testament to the amazing power of a lot of water over a little time (and a testament to the God who made this happen). Water can transform entire terrains in minutes.
There was a unique set of circumstances that made the Grand Canyon happen where it did, and the Colorado River today is there because the Grand Canyon was carved out first across the plateau.
The Grand Canyon is one of the world’s most awesome erosional features. How did it form?
Of the approximately 22,000 people who have the privilege of rafting the Colorado River each year, only about one percent will hear a biblical interpretation of how the canyon was formed.
Is the higher elevation of the rim in the center of the Grand Canyon evidence of catastrophic formation? Dr. Andrew Snelling, AiG–U.S., explains.
The current edition of World magazine includes an article by the editor-in-chief encouraging Christians to rethink how they view Creation and the Flood.
What should the Christian believe about the age of the earth and the origin of life? WORLD magazine editor-in-chief Marvin Olasky explores the issue against the backdrop of a Grand Canyon raft trip.*
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 pattern in the discordances may provide clues into the physics responsible for time variations in the decay process.
Only changing radioisotope decay rates in the past could account for these discordant isochron ‘ages’ for the same geologic event
For more than twenty years it has been known that the Rb-Sr and K-Ar systems give discordant ‘ages’ for Cardenas Basalt and associated Proterozoic diabase sills and dikes of Grand Canyon.
The place is the Grand Canyon, and the story is an indisputable case of rapid erosion caused by massive amounts of water.
A lot of rain, a lot of water, and a gorge transformed in a matter of minutes. What can a ruptured earthen dam tell us about the formation of the Grand Canyon?
Any article on old-age dating methods that begins, “How could everyone have gotten it so wrong?” is obviously going to be of interest to creationists.
If you thought six million years was too old an age for the Grand Canyon, think again—or at least, that’s what a group of scientists from the University of New Mexico argues in a recent Science paper.
The effort to ban creationist Tom Vail’s beautifully photographed picture book Grand Canyon: A Different View once again is promising to become an international controversy.
AiG had been tracking the efforts of anti-creationists in America who have been trying to ban a book from National Park Service bookstores.
The Grand Canyon is a place to find and explore the wonders of God’s creation.
AiG has been following the efforts of leading evolutionists to ban the creationist photo-essay book Grand Canyon: A Different View from the bookstores at Grand Canyon National Park.
The eighth-grade class at Burlington Christian Academy of Burlington, North Carolina, USA used the controversial book, Grand Canyon: A Different View, in a recent worldview class.
The venerable New York Times has a policy that “welcomes … information about errors [that appear in its pages] that call for correction.”
Grand Canyon: A Different View has been available at Grand Canyon bookstores since August, but was in jeopardy of being removed after pressure by prominent evolutionists.
What provoked the presidents of seven geological societies—representing around 100,000 geologists and paleontologists—to write a letter of protest to the superintendent of Grand Canyon National Park?
For over thirty years, three bronze plaques at Grand Canyon have displayed brief quotes from the Psalms. However, last week US Park Service officials decided that the plaques had to go.
The formation of the Grand Canyon is a problem for evolutionists, but fits well into the framework of the Bible.
It is not true that modern-day lime muds are structurally identical to the ancient Canyon limestone layers.
Footprints and sand ‘dunes’ in a Grand Canyon sandstone provide startling evidence for Noah’s Flood.
The Grand Canyon originated in the following way according to the Havasupai Indians who live in its deep gorges.