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Geologic Evidences For Very Rapid Strata Deposition In The Grand Canyon

Geologic Evidences
Geologic Evidences
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by Dr. Steven Austin

Millions of years to form the Grand Canyon? Not at all! The strata exposed at the Grand Canyon documents the story of the history of the ground beneath our feet. Strata, fossils, faults, erosion, and volcanoes reveal the catastrophic Flood of Noah's day at Grand Canyon. While these geologic formations continue to baffle those who believe the Canyon took millions of years to form, Dr. Austin shows how the evidence points to rapid formation by catastrophic, rushing water.

About the speaker: Dr. Steven Austin has earned a Ph.D. in geology from Pennsylvania State University. A full-time scientist with the Institute for Creation Research, he has participated in professional, peer-reviewed studies at Mount St. Helens and the Grand Canyon. In 1999 he published research in the prestigious International Geology Review. Currently Dr. Austin is researching: mass kill of nautiloids within the Redwall limestone of Grand Canyon, radioisotopes of Grand Canyon rocks, and earthquake destruction of archaeological sites in Jordan.


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Flood Geology
Creation geology is the study of geology founded on the presupposition that the Biblical flood described in the book of Genesis was a real and historical event of global magnitude, and is therefore also known as flood geology. Creation geologists seek primarily to show that Earth's geologic features are best interpreted within the scope of this Biblical cataclysm; including sedimentary strata, fossilization, fossil fuels, submarine canyons, plate tectonics, salt domes and frozen mammoths.

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Biblical Catastrophism
Catastrophism is the theory that massive catastrophes occurred in earth's past, substantially altering the Earth and its life via mountain uplift, rapid deposition, and mass extinctions. According to creation scientists, such an event did occur according to the Biblical account of the Global Flood in the time of Noah.

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