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

Perth geological section, breakup of Gondwana, and the draining of Noah’s Flood

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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 … Continued

Geological History of the Perth region, Western Australia, within a biblical framework

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The geology around Perth is quite different from the eastern states in that there is little variety in the types of rocks exposed. All the same there are some very interesting and special features to observe. Floodwaters rising The oldest … Continued

Collie coal basin, Western Australia, preserved from retreating waters of Noah’s Flood

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In my discussion of the Perth geological cross-section I concluded that the thick sedimentary deposits filling the Perth Basin likely extended across the Darling Plateau to the east. It seemed to me that these thick and extensive sediments would not … Continued

Perth, Western Australia, geological cross section

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The figure here shows an interpreted geological cross-section near Perth, Western Australia. It’s taken from the 1:250,000 scale geological map SH-50-14 publised in 1978 by the Geological Survey of Western Australia. As I have mentioned before, I look at sections … Continued