A friend of mine is organizing a week-long geology intensive during university vacation at the campus of the Melbourne University, Australa, in July 2013.
The theme is Can the Bible and Geology Agree?
He is keen to connect with students who are members of Christian groups on campus, to train and equip them at an advanced level [...]
The Townsville Bulletin published on 2 March 2013 an item about the age of Castle Hill, the iconic landmark that overlooks the North Queensland city. Written by journalist Daniel Bateman, the article reported ages calculated by Dr Carl Spandler from the local James Cook Univeristy School of Earth and Environmental Sciences. (See Icon’s not [...]
The Bible tells us that the whole world was covered by water at the time of Noah’s Flood. It took five months for the waters to rise and cover “all the high hills under the whole heaven” (Genesis 7:19), and a further seven months for the water to recede until the land was dry (Genesis [...]
At the Mary Cairncross Scenic Reserve near Maleny, Queensland, the spectacular Glass House Mountains draw your gaze like a magnet. Photographs do not do them justice. You could spend hours soaking in the view as the clouds and shadows continually change during the day.
In this photo the scene is hazy because the atmosphere [...]
In this picture a few enthusiastic participants inspect a small sandstone remnant sitting on a granite outcrop toward Cape Woolamai. Folk needed to walk a kilometre or two along the beach to reach this point, but there was lots to see along the way in the various rock outcrops exposed.
Since I last visited the [...]
A reader sent the following email with a question about coal:
First thank you for your brilliant site. There is a wealth of technical information put in simple terms, which is a great help to a non-geologist like me. Evolutionists really do tie themselves in mental knots trying to deny the plain evidence don’t [...]
Here’s an email question I received today from GC asking for help about the geology of an area north of Sydney, Australia.
I’m wondering if you know of any Christian geologists, specifically in NSW, that may be interested in helping me with information about a geological formation at Mooral Creek, north of Wingham, that the locals [...]
I’ve been working on a geological guidebook for Phillip Island, Victoria’s holiday destination just a couple of hours from Melbourne. This excursion guide describes 19 sites on Phillip Island and the nearby mainland. It explains the geological features, describes the points of interest, and wraps up with the significance of the site.
Also included in [...]
Email from a teacher about a recent Year 12 Higher School Certificate Biology Exam held on Friday 19 October 2012 across all schools in New South Wales, Australia.
Just thought you might find it interesting and frustrating to know that even in this years NSW HSC Biology exam, the fraudulent embryos originally drawn by Haeckel [...]
A friend who lives near Laidley west of Brisbane wrote asking me for information about his property.
We have this ridge of sandstone cliffs down the middle of the block, just over one thousand feet above sea level. We often have groups of young people from our church out on Bar B Ques. I would [...]