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Book Review: Frozen In Time - Young earth creationist Michael Oard proposes one ice age caused by Noah's Flood, and uses the mammoth to support his theory. Is he correct?
Carbon Dioxide and the Flood - Absolute proof that Noah's Flood did not cause an Ice Age
Problems With A Global Flood - Scientific reasoning showing why a global flood is impossible (off-site link - opens a new window)
The Genesis Flood: Why the Bible says it Must be Local, by Rich Deem
Flood Legends - Do 270+ flood legends from cultures all over the world support a young earth?
Grand Canyon: Monument to Catastrophe – Book Review
Green River Formation and the Flood- A weak attempt to tie this varve formation to the global flood model
The Navajo Sandstone - Another young earth flood theory with insurmountable problems
A Bridge Over Troubled Waters - A Scientific Look Into the Genesis Flood Account
Noah’s Flood – Is the Young Earth Model for Noah’s Flood right?
The Hydroplate Theory - A review of this young earth theory
Catastrophism, or Uniformitarianism? - What's the difference? Not as much as you think!
The Waters of the Flood - Was it Global or Local?
Noah's Flood: A Bird's Eye View - More support for a Local Flood event
Giant's Causeway - Volcanic Evidence of Noah's Flood?
Coconino Sandstone – This rock formation in the Grand Canyon area is said to have been formed by the Flood of Noah. However, the authors missed some key contradictions
The Desert Problem – All it takes is one wind-deposited desert in the geologic record to disprove the young earth model
The Floating Forest Theory Sinks - Young-earth creationists have proposed that there were floating forests to explain the coal beds that we see in the strata today. This article logically sinks this theory
Chalk from Noah’s Flood? – Young-earth scientists claim that all chalk layers were produced during the Flood. However, can the Flood even produce chalk?
Stratigraphy - Or, can the Global Flood of Noah produce all the rock layers we see in the Grand Canyon?
Dinosaur Evidences for an Old Earth - Dinosaurs prove that Noah’s Flood did not kill the dinosaurs
Dinosaur Extinction – Can the young-earth model explain dinosaur extinction?
30 Year Secret? - A bunch of mammoths, killed in a flood, prove nothing about a global flood
The Permian Extinction - Is it evidence for Noah's Flood?
Human Fossils – Young-earth proponents claim there would not be any human fossils from the Flood of Noah. Can this be true?
Buried Birth – Do rapidly buried fossils prove a young earth?
Insect Beds – Do fossil insects give evidence of Noah’s Flood?
The Fossil Record – Are old-earth theories weakened by a changing fossil record?
Ark Study Flawed – Young Earth Theorists Fail to Consider all Relevant Factors
Canyon Deception – Can a modern canyon that formed in six days give evidence of the Flood being able to create the Grand Canyon?
Missing Rivers – Do absence of Canyon forming rivers mean anything?
Creationist Stratigraphy – Is such a thing feasible?
Redwood Hoax? – Redwood Trees provide no evidence for Noah’s Flood
Joggins Fossil Cliffs – Are fossil trees proof of Noah’s Flood?
Yellowstone Petrified Forests – Rebuttal of the Petrified forest theory
God's Broken Promise? - If Noah's Flood was local, then do local floods today mean that God broke his promise not to flood the earth again?
Universality of the Flood - Does the universal implications of the flood account support only the young earth viewpoint?
Did you know that you can be a Christian,
and believe that the earth is billions of years old? You can even
believe in evolution and be a Christian. There is no conflict
between science and the Bible...all one needs is a proper
understanding how to merge science and the Bible. To learn more
about old earth creationism, see
Old Earth Belief,
or check out the article
Can You Be A
Christian and Believe in an Old Earth?
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