Sequence Stratigraphy and Creation Geology
Carl Froede, Jr., B.S., P.G
Sequence stratigraphy is the reconstruction and
dating of sedimentary basins found locally, regionally, and worldwide.
Creation scientists can use many of the concepts of sequence stratigraphy
within the context of the Flood model. However, the use of time intervals
is uniformitarian, incorporating evolutionary concepts, and is not acceptable.
and Man-Made Machines
Robert A. Herrmann, Ph.D.
Mathematical arguments are presented showing that
certain human mental processes cannot be duplicated by machines; the
uniqueness of human thought is attributable to God himself.
Age of the Arizona Meteor Crater
Don B. DeYoung, Ph.D.
The Arizona Meteor Crater is the best preserved
and also the most studied impact event on the earth. For many years
there was lively debate over the origin mechanism, whether volcanic
or impact. Other still-lingering questions concern the location and
size of the actual meteorite, assuming an impact origin, and the time
of the event. Date-of-origin evidence includes dendrochronology, rock
erosion, radioactivity, and thermoluminescence. Published results have
varied drastically between 800-2,000 years ago for the time of the craters
formation. This study critiques the various chronology estimates, illustrating
the inherent uncertainty of dating techniques.
Those Who Live in Glass Houses Stow
Evolution is held to be a purely random mechanism
which operates by chance. The possibility of an intelligent designer
is anathema to scientists who hold to the theory of evolution. To many,
the presence of apparent design within the structure of biological organisms
is purely coincidental, and may even be attribute to the organizational
properties of matter itself. The presence of three dimensionally symmetrical
geometrical shapes such as squares and triangles is demonstrated, implying
that an intelligent designer was behind the manufacture of biological
The Creation AccountThe Evidence
From What is Not There
Jerry Bergman, Ph.D.
A review of the scientific beliefs relative to origins
demonstrates a considerable contrast between the ancient cosmological
theories and the Genesis record. This contrast reveals that Genesis
managed to avoid all the erroneous ideas held by the most respected
thinkers and philosophers of the pre-Christian era. With the advantage
of accumulated data and wisdom, we are far better able to evaluate the
simple straightforward account in Genesis. The author discusses implications
of the contrast between Genesis and the ancient cosmological beliefs
which we now see as totally erroneous.