A courtroom drama inspired by true-life encounters with irrational skepticism.
If only one could demonstrate exhaustively that Flood Geology never was a valid option, whether biblically or scientifically, then perhaps we could recover the Bible’s literary artistry, which long fell victim to a cookie-cutter hermeneutic. Perhaps we could recover geology as a tool for exploring this Earth, and the Grand Canyon as a testament to its great antiquity. Needless to say, that is precisely what this book accomplishes and why it couldn’t come at a better time.
By whose authority? For all our lives, we have been trained to appeal to authority, and that’s not necessarily a bad thing. We learned to trust our teachers and parents, […]
Several years ago, we had a paleontologist speak at our department seminar on the topic of Young-Earth Creationism (YEC) and the Grand Canyon. The speaker, who was affiliated with the National […]
Corals are among the most valuable indicators of past climate conditions, due to their sensitivity to water depth, temperature, and acidity. We can infer from the age and depth of […]
Guest post by David MacMillan One of the great things about being home schooled was the way every experience could become a learning opportunity. We were always ready to investigate […]
In case you haven’t noticed, I recently published a list of 100 reasons to accept that the Earth is not less than 10,000 years old. The list has received comparably more […]
Last week, the Geological Society of America met for its annual meeting in Vancouver, British Columbia. I’m not sure what the official count was for this year’s attendance (edit: 6,700!), but […]
A river flowed out of Eden to water the garden, and there it divided and became four rivers. The name of the first is the Pishon. It is the one […]
Today’s post comes to us courtesy of David MacMillan, a former young-Earth creationist who is now a skilled and avid writer on the creationist movement. David, who holds a B.S. in Physics […]