Those studying geology and those working as geologists in geological surveys, universities, and private industry will enjoy this article by Brett Smith from a 2008 Journal of Creation. It may be a bit of a challenge:
The current treatment of young-age creationists in the scientific community and society at large is unfair and unwise. Scientists and [...]
As I have previously mentioned, the Australian geological map series is most helpful for a first assessment of the effects of Noah’s Flood.
The geological section shown here is from the Wollongong 1:250,000 sheet (SI 56 09, second edition, New South Wales Department of Mines, Sydney, 1966). It cuts from the west to the east across [...]
The black stuff at the top of this picture is oil sand, and it is sitting on a white limestone deposit visible at the bottom. These sands, which contain an enormous quantity of oil by world standards, are found in northern Alberta, Canada.
You can see that tar is constantly oozing out of the sand [...]
A geologist friend of mine told me recently that he is distantly related to James Hutton. That’s something of which a geologist would be proud since Hutton is widely considered the father of modern geology. Hutton’s big contribution was a fundamental principle of earth science called uniformitarianism, used to interpret the past history of our [...]
Mike Oard did a great analysis of this issue in the book he edited “The Geologic Column: Perspectives within Diluvial Geology”.
Mike has kindly allowed me to post his article “The Geological Column is a general Flood order with many exceptions” on my site. It may be a bit technical for some but if you have [...]