Catastrophes like Mount St. Helens are important for Biblical apologetics in helping us understand the physical mechanisms that were likely involved during the Biblical flood. We are offering this awesome book/video set at a 20% savings. (Footprints in the Ash, and Steve Austin's new documentary Mount St. Helens: Modern Day Evidence for the World Wide Flood)
Footprints in the Ash
by John Morris and Steven A. Austin
128 page hardcover
Retail Price: $16.99
The eruption of Mount St. Helens helps us to understand many processes that occurred during the Genesis Flood. These processes include rapid erosion and deposition of stratified sediments, including strata with fine laminations; the precursor sediments for coal; rapid canyon formation; the origin of “fossil forests;” and many others. Footprints in the Ask - contains abundant photographs and is written for the layman.
• Discover how the eruption of Mount St. Helens helps to explain Noah’s flood!
• A fascinating pictorial review of the 1980 volcanic eruption that shocked the world!
• Displays a visual outdoor laboratory with geological lessons
• Provides observable evidence for a young earth
• An encouraging teaching tool for biblical creationists
• Shows how God’s creation adapted to this natural disaster through a recovered ecosystem
• Teaches proper insight on the subject of death and suffering
In the aftermath of the Mount St. Helens eruption and the subsequent glacier slide and mudflows, there remained a geologic gold mine for earth scientists. No natural disasters in recent history could compare with the variety of processes which resulted from this tectonic and volcanic event.
As creation scientists have carefully studied this geological phenomenon, they have concluded that Mount St. Helens accomplished the same sort of geologic work that biblical creationists attribute to Noah’s flood. While this explosion was certainly much smaller in scale and intensity, many lessons were learned through this occurrence that help us understand the unobservable past.
Journey back to this catastrophic event with scientists Dr. Steve Austin and Dr. John Morris and see what was discovered as they reconstruct the sequence of earthquakes, eruptions, avalanches, mudflows, and other geologic processes and unveil their fascinating research findings!
Mount St. Helens: Modern Day Evidence for the World Wide Flood
Audience: High School–Adult
Presenter: Dr Steve Austin
Length: 35 minutes
Retail Price: $20
Geologist Dr. Steven Austin has spent thousands of hours studying Mount St. Helens and this is his latest documentary showing all the incredible geologic features that formed rapidly giving us modern day evidence for the world wide flood.
This documentary, filmed at Mount St. Helens, explores how catastrophic processes at the mountain explain many geologic features we see around the world today.
In 1980 Mount St. Helens erupted and quickly became known as "God's gift to Creationists." Thirty years later Dr. Austin returns to the volcanic monument to share how the catastrophic processes which reshaped the terrain support the biblical record of earth's history. He presents his research on how the events at Mount St. Helens reveal catastrophic processes in other geologic features such as the Grand Canyon and the petrified forests at Yellowstone. The formation of these features were thought to have taken millions of years, but because of the events at Mount St. Helens, they can now be explained by catastrophic processes, especially the Global Flood recorded in the Bible.
Thirty years after the eruption of Mt. St. Helens, geologist Dr. Steve Austin returns to this volcanic monument to share about the catastrophic processes which reshaped the terrain. You will see how Mt. St. Helens was, and still is, like a ‘lab’ where we observe processes that can explain other geologic features, including rapid erosion, petrified trees, coal formation, biological recovery, and more. Along the way, we learn how the ‘explosive’ evidence observed at this volcano helps us understand how Noah’s Flood could have shaped much of the earth we see today.