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Geologic Processes

 Geologic Processes
Item# CURR-geologic_processes
$22.49

Description

Geologic Processes

Publisher: Institute for Creation Research
Publication Date: 2010
Audience: Teachers & students
Format: Paperback with CD-ROM
Pages: 42
Dimensions - Teachers' Manual: 8.5x11 in.
ISBN-13: 978-1-935587-05-7
Retail Price $24.99

The fifth of a new teaching supplement series, Geologic Processes studies earth history to answer the questions of how the earth began, what processes shape it today, what shaped it in the past, and much more. Based on the evidence, the best explanation for the earth's history is the biblical record of creation and the great Flood.

Designed to work within your school's existing science curriculum, Geologic Processes includes a teacher's manual and a CD-ROM packed with K through 12 reproducible classroom activities including:
student activity sheets
fact sheets
vocabulary lists and cards
review sheets
exams
and for the lower grades, PowerPoint presentations.

http://www.icr.org/essentials/

Accessories

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.

...Read more at the CreationWiki.

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.

...Read more at the CreationWiki.