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Grand Canyon: Monument to Catastrophe

Grand Canyon: Monument to Catastrophe
Grand Canyon: Monument to Catastrophe
Item# BK-grand_catastrophe
$17.95

Description

by Steven A. Austin
282 pages softcover
ages: 15 and up
publisher: Institute for Creation Research (1994).
ISBN: 0932766331
Retail Price $19.95

Your personal tour of the Grand Canyon brought to you by the creation scientists who know it best! Answer those hard questions regarding geology, biology, and human history. Understand the difference between Creation rocks and Flood rocks. Study Flood sedimentation and tectonics, fossils, ecology, the canopy model and archaeology along with ICR experts. Grand Canyon is a monument to what God has done. This book is the next-best thing to being there!

Eminent geologist Dr. Steven Austin explains from a biblical standpoint how the Grand Canyon was formed. This book contains a wealth of information about geology and biology that equips Christians to defend Genesis, the young earth position, the worldwide Flood, etc.


About the Speaker: Dr. Steven A. Austin is a field research geologist with a Ph.D. from Penn State University in sedimentary geology. He is “Senior Research Scientist” with Institute for Creation Research in Dallas, Texas. He has performed geologic research on six of the seven continents of the world. His research adventures have taken him by helicopter into the crater of Mount St. Helens volcano, by bush plane onto glaciers in the high mountains of Alaska, by raft through the entire Grand Canyon, on horseback into the high Sierra, by elevator into the world’s deepest coal mines, by SCUBA onto the Great Barrier Reef of Australia, by rail into the backcountry of Korea, by foot onto barren plateaus of southern Argentina, and by four-wheel drive into remote desert areas of Israel, Jordan and Saudi Arabia. He is the author of three books, three videos, one computer software package, and more than thirty technical geology papers.

Dr. Austin’s field research within Grand Canyon includes over 400 nights camped out below the Canyon’s rim. He has launched 22 raft trips within Grand Canyon. He has explored very remote areas of Grand Canyon by mule, helicopter and ATV. His book “Grand Canyon: Monument to Catastrophe” and his DVD “Grand Canyon: Monument to the Flood” summarize his investigations. He has over ten technical papers on Grand Canyon. Subjects of his technical publications on Grand Canyon include lava dams, breached dams, fossils, limestones, sandstones, basalts, diabase sills and radioisotope dating. He is widely known for his discovery of the regionally extensive mass-kill and burial bed within the Redwall Limestone about 2000 feet below the Canyon’s rim.

Accessories

Grand Canyon Creation Set
Your Guide to the Grand Canyon
Grand Canyon: A Different View
Over the Edge
Grand Canyon: Monument to the Flood
Geologic Evidences For Very Rapid Strata Deposition In The Grand Canyon
Explore the Grand Canyon
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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