Tag Archives: flood

The Cambrian Explosion

Texbooks describe the fossil record as the ‘best evidence’ for evolution. They claim that the fossil record proves evolution because there seems to be a succession from simpler to more complex life forms, and a succession from marine to terrestrial … Continue reading

Posted in Fossils, Geology | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Creation, Flood and Biogeography: Part 3

Effects of the Flood on Biogeographic Distributions We have no information about the distributions of plants and animals at creation. The flood would have destroyed whatever distributional patterns might have been present. Most present species distributions probably do not date … Continue reading

Posted in Biogeography, Biology | Tagged , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Creation, Flood and Biogeography: Part 2

The Flood and Biogeography A creationist interpretation of biogeographical distributions must begin with the Flood. Unfortunately, creationists do not have a generally accepted flood model, and the Bible does not tell us whether fossils were all produced by the Flood. … Continue reading

Posted in Biogeography, Biology | Tagged , , , , , | Leave a comment

Creationism: Contrastive Perspectives and Values, Part 2

Contrastive Creationist Worldview                                                                           … Continue reading

Posted in Biblical and Theological Perspectives, Philosophical and Historical Perspectives | Tagged , , , , , , | 1 Comment

Megabreccia and Catastrophe

On a recent trip to Peru I encountered this huge rock [see attached photo], miles from the nearest potential source.  How did it get here?  What kinds of processes were involved? How fast was it moving? These and other questions … Continue reading

Posted in Catastrophism, Geology | Tagged , , , , | 1 Comment