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Rapid Fossilization

Although evolutionists have repeatedly presented fossils as evidence for an earth millions of years old, creationists, using the same fossils and an opposing interpretation, conclude they are evidence for a young earth. As the remains of plants and animals are covered by sediment, fossils are created. The compressed remains are preserved and converted into minerals, […]

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Fossils Found Through Layers of Sediment

Polystrate Fossils Since the proposal of the idea of uniformity by Charles Lyell in the early 1800s, geologists have struggled to explain polystrate fossils. A polystrate fossil is a fossil encased not in a single layer of strata but in multiple layers. Uniformity, advocating that the “present is the key to the past,” describes each […]

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The Worldwide Distribution of Fossils

Many ask, “The number of fossils in certain areas of the world is enormous. How could the earth have supported all those creatures at the same time?” This question assumes the earth today is the same as it has always been. Today’s earth is 70% under water. There would probably have been a greater diversity […]

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