The Finke River near Hermannsburg, Central Australia, reveals evidence for Noah’s Flood

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The landscapes of Central Australia provide amazing insights into the way the waters of Noah’s Flood drained from the continent. Figure 1 from Google Earth shows the area immediately south of the mission station of Hermannsburg. The course of the … Continued

Ormiston Gorge, Central Australia

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The spectacular geology and landforms of the MacDonnell Ranges in Central Australia are graphically revealed in Ormiston Gorge, which cuts some 300 metres deep through a high ridge, around 135 km west of Alice Springs. The gorge exposes thick strata … Continued

A brand new issue of Journal of Creation with lots of geology articles

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The latest issue of Journal of Creation is hot off the press again. I’ve had the privilege of seeing one of the first copies. Journal of Creation 28(1) April 2014 features Mars on its cover and has many excellent articles … Continued

Gold in Victoria, Australia, formed as Noah’s Floodwaters were rising

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In January 2014, I visited Bendigo in Victoria, one of the towns made famous when gold was discovered in 1851. During the ensuing gold rush to the region, the Australian population tripled in just ten years. The gold in the … Continued

Geebung fossils reveal Noah’s Flood tail in South East Queensland

After construction workers dug up fossils of crocodiles, fish, frogs, shells, and plants at Geebung, a northern suburb of Brisbane, staff from the Queensland Museum began collecting and research. Within weeks they organized a press conference at the site to … Continued

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