Tourists to the spectacular Carnarvon Gorge in Central Queensland, Australia, are told that Carnarvon Creek, carved the Gorge. When you look at the size of the gorge, with its inner walls reaching up 200 metres and the outer walls in the far distance rising 600 metres, it’s seems beyond belief that the creek could do that job. [...]
The standard explanation for Carnarvon Gorge in Central Queensland, Australia, is that Carnarvon Creek, which flows through the Gorge, shaped it over millions of years. However, there are many features about the Gorge that contradict this story, but are explained by the receding waters of Noah’s Flood. In order to appreciate these we need to [...]
Here’s an attractive brochure just printed showing how the Glass House Mountains, a popular tourist destination in South east Queensland, were formed during the catastrophic Flood of Noah’s time. I’m keen to see Christians promoting the biblical worldview in the public arena.
This brochure is geographically specific but that is where we need to operate. [...]
Carnarvon Gorge is a spectacular natural wonder in the semi-arid heart of Central Queensland, 600 kilometres northwest of Brisbane. At its mouth the Gorge sits 600 metres below a basalt plateau. The boulder-strewn Carnarvon Creek winds through its 22 kilometre1 length. The Gorge sits at the junction of two major geological basins (See Figure 3 [...]
There are many who argue that Noah’s Flood was just a local affair. They say that when God said, “I will wipe mankind, whom I have created, from the face of the earth” (Genesis 6:7) He was only talking about the people living in the Middle East—not the whole world.
But the Bible says how much [...]
Paleobiologist Simon Conway Morris, of Burgess Shale fame, says that examination of the fossil evidence demands a radical rewriting of evolution. Why so?
In an interview with the University of Cambridge’s alumni magazine (Issue 65, Lent 2012, pp. 32–35) Conway Morris says it’s because of “convergence”.
That’s the tendency of very different organisms to evolve [...]
In December 2010, Peter Scheele from the Netherlands published an excellent paper in Journal of Creation on the carving of the Grand Canyon. It’s now available at creation.com (also as pdf).
Scheele shows in graphic detail that the Grand Canyon was formed while the waters of Noah’s Flood receded from the American continent, when they [...]