Geology

Geology
Remembering Spillover Erosion of Grand Canyon

Remembering Spillover Erosion of Grand Canyon

Dr. Steve Austin , et. al. • Sept. 9, 2020

We should remember an important fact—creationist and evolutionist thinking about spillover continues to make a significant contribution to our understanding of erosion of Grand Canyon.

Scriptural Geology, Then and Now

Scriptural Geology, Then and Now

Warren H. Johns • Nov. 30, 2016

The place of the biblical Flood in the geological record remains one of the most hotly debated issues among creationist geologists today.

A Discussion of Stellar Nucleosynthesis

A Discussion of Stellar Nucleosynthesis

Dr. Danny R. Faulkner • April 30, 2014

Astronomers have developed an elaborate, physically robust evolutionary theory to explain the abundances that we see throughout the universe. While this theory may be explanatory, it has no predictive

Geomorphology of Uluṟu, Australia: Reply

Geomorphology of Uluṟu, Australia: Reply

Ken Patrick • Sept. 21, 2011

Twidale and Bourne’s comments are appreciated by this author who respects their professional and long-standing experience in the field of modern geomorphology.

Geomorphology of Uluṟu, Australia

Geomorphology of Uluṟu, Australia

Ken Patrick • June 9, 2010

A Australian inselberg, Uluṟu, is an interesting geological feature in that its geomorphology is still a matter of controversy among conventional geologists.

Untangling Uniformitarianism

Untangling Uniformitarianism

Dr. John K. Reed • March 17, 2010

Of the nine terms associated with uniformitarianism, seven can be replaced or eliminated, which refutes the accusation that diluvialists do not understand uniformitarianism.

The Origin of Oil—A Creationist Answer

The Origin of Oil—A Creationist Answer

John Matthews • Dec. 17, 2008

The dominant view of the origin of oil amongst western oil companies until 1969 was that it was due to the decay of living matter. Now other views are making themselves heard.

Mars, a Testament to Catastrophe

Mars, a Testament to Catastrophe

Charles Creager, Jr. • July 23, 2008

The unlikely geographic relationship between these gigantic features suggests a cause and effect relationship between them. This implies a global Martian catastrophe comparable to the Genesis Flood.

Catastrophic Granite Formation

Catastrophic Granite Formation

Dr. Andrew A. Snelling • Feb. 6, 2008

The timescale for the generation of granitic magmas and their subsequent intrusion, crystallization, and cooling as plutons is no longer incompatible with the biblical time frames.