Recent news reports have suggested that the National Trust in Northern Ireland has repudiated traditional “millions-of-years” geology and converted their new Visitors’ Centre at the Giant’s Causeway to creationism.1 As is usual with such hype, nothing could be further from the truth. The Giant’s Causeway is one of the geological wonders of the world. Its [...]
Flood & Geology
Special guest John Mackay returns to discuss recent fossil research and its impact upon evangelism. Discover how geology provides evidence for biblical history and creation.
What I am about to suggest to you in this article may be argumentative to some while others will whole-heartily agree with my research. Regardless of which position our personal opinions take, we must be careful to make a respectful difference between Scriptural truth and scientific models. The entire discussion of the canopy theory is [...]
Are some of earth’s geologic features best described as the result of a worldwide flood? Eric and Paul welcome Ian Juby for part two of a captivating discussion of evidence for the biblical flood.
Is it possible that dinosaurs did not live millions of years ago, but lived at the same time as man? Eric and Paul welcome special guest, Ian Juby, to discuss the evidence including supposed dinosaur tracks alongside human footprints at the Paluxy River in Texas.
Eric and Paul answer how water from Noah’s flood could cover the tallest mountain. They also welcome special guest Gavriel Geffen to discuss what modern Jews believe about Genesis.
One of our recent visitors to The Creation Store was Maryann Stuart. She has spent the past four years helping out as a volunteer at the 7 Wonders Creation Museum in Silver Lake, Washington, and earned her Masters from the Institute of Creation Research in 2007. But, most of the time, she works as a [...]
Eric and Paul continue an interview with Kyle Justice discussing clues to the rapid formation of Grand Canyon and the amazing evidences of a worldwide flood given by the modern catastrophe at Mount St. Helens.