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.
“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 […]
Is our universe is full of clues that it cannot be millions—let alone billions—of years old?Many young-Earth creationists are convinced this is the case, despite that no scientists are scrambling […]
Have you ever wondered how long it takes to dissolve a large cavern out of solid rock? Let’s start simple. Perhaps you have visited a cave in the past or […]
A fascinating fossil find Shark teeth are some of the most spectacular remnants of life one may come across in the field. Thus, I can only imagine the surprise on […]
At the beginning of the year, I reviewed an article that cited anomalously old radiometric dates for historical lava flows to argue against the validity of the Potassium-Argon (K-Ar) dating […]