By Edward Isaacs First published on the Creation Encounter website. As a field guide, I strive to write field reports of each trip I lead, not only for my own personal record, but also as a reminder to others for years to come. Life is often replete with busy schedules, making it easy to forget …
Challenges to the Hydroplate Theory from the Pacific Basin
Chapters six through nine of Genesis contain the description of a violent event that radically altered Earth’s surface – an event that chiseled its memorials across the globe. Such a global cataclysm as the Genesis Flood would have a profound influence on the course of Earth’s history, one which is only just beginning to be …
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Book review on paleontologist Barnum Brown in the Creation Research Society Quarterly!
Please enjoy my latest article in Creation Research Society Quarterly on the fascinating life of paleontologist Barnum Brown! “Barnum Brown: The Man Who Discovered Tyrannosaurus rex by Lowell Dingus and Mark A. Norell.” Published in Creation Research Society Quarterly 55(4), 2019. Photograph from Wikimedia Commons.
New book review in Journal of Creation: The Missoula Flood— analogue for the greatest Flood of all
It is a true blessing to collaborate and publish in technical peer-review journals dedicated to fleshing out the our knowledge of biblical earth history! This time, two of my articles were published concomitantly in the latest issue of Journal of Creation, one of which was a book review on J Harlen Bretz and the Missoula …
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