Tag: Noah’s flood

Catastrophic Colorado Monument, Part 2

The precariously balanced enormous boulder towered ominously above us.  “Careful!  Don’t drive too slowly under that rock!”  My younger brother anxiously piped up from the back of our suburban, full of friends and family members gathered together for… Read More

Catastrophic Colorado Monument, Part 1

I drew in a sharp breath and held on tightly as we suddenly rounded a narrow curve and I got a good look down the steep edge at the spectacular, sharp rocks far below us.    The chilly wind… Read More

Creation Clues for Kids, Vol. 3 No. 4

Dinosaur fossils Do you like dinosaurs?  Ever wonder if it might be fun to ride on the back of a long-necked Apatosaurus or visit a triceratops at a petting zoo?  On the other hand, you might look at… Read More

Creation Clues for Kids, Vol. 3 No. 3

Fossils Do you like being outside and discovering different kinds of plants, bugs, and rocks?  Maybe you even have your own collection of rocks or shells.    If you have ever collected many rocks, you might have found some… Read More

Creation Clues For Kids, Vol. 3 No. 1

What is it? What is the most amazing thing in the world that you can think of? Today I want to tell you about one of the most amazing things in the world that I can think of. … Read More

Creation Clues For Kids Vol.1 No. 3

World Wide Flood! Rain poured down in ultra-heavy torrents, like no one had ever seen before and no one would ever see again. Every bit of land was covered in dark greenish-brown water with large chunks of wood,… Read More

Reveling in Rainbows

Clouds alone can be breathtakingly beautiful, but when clouds and sunlight get together they can create many different stunning pictures in the sky.  Of course, the most obvious cloud/light phenomenon that comes to mind is a rainbow, but… Read More

Digging in the Dirt, Part 2

Last week, I started talking a little bit about the dig I went on in Kansas recently. The canyons cut through beautiful yellow and gray layers that are considered to be part of the Cretaceous group. The layers… Read More

Deep Earthquakes, Part 2

Last week we started talking about the recent earthquake that occurred bellow the Sea of Okhotsk (950 miles north of Japan).  What was incredibly striking about this earthquake was how deep it was.  Usually earthquakes only go to… Read More

Grand Canyon: Monument of Mercy

I took a slow, deep breath, just trying to comprehend that it was all real.  I felt like I had just stepped into a beautiful scenic photograph.  But, the paradoxical combination of the sun’s oppressive heat and the… Read More