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.
How is it that certain sedimentary rock layers can be traced for hundreds to thousands of miles across large continents, unless these land masses were once covered by a global flood? Perhaps you never […]
“The writing on the wall” It was a Friday afternoon like any other. Katrina pulled into the driveway promptly at 4:30 PM upon returning from her weekly exercise class and a much […]
Do you like crossword puzzles? Try your hand at my geology-themed crossword to showcase your knowledge of Earth science.
The following guest post was authored by Dr. Willy Fjeldskaar, a petroleum reservoir geologist and an adjunct professor at the University of Stavanger in Norway. He argues that even the temperature of sedimentary […]
Eccentricity, obliquity, and precession: the longest seasons on Earth At least since the days of Isaac Newton and Johannes Kepler, astronomers have recognized that the Earth does not orbit the sun […]
In September, 2012, Answers in Genesis featured a review article of what they deemed the 10 Best Evidences that Confirm a Young Earth. From this list, I have already addressed […]
Figure 1: View south down Zion Canyon (National Park), near the base of the Emerald Pools trail. Sandstone cliff walls are comprised primarily of the Jurassic Navajo Sandstone. The Virgin River […]
Reflection of the Wasatch Mountain Range (northern Utah) in the Great Salt Lake. American Bison are visible grazing near a pond at the right edge of the photo. View east […]
Well, I did not intend to wait two weeks to finish this story, but a trip to Moscow—among other responsibilities—delayed my getting back to the topic. I am still amazed […]