Tag: rock layers

How Old is the Earth? – Creation Basics 3

Did the Grand Canyon take millions of years to form? Haven’t geologists proved that the earth is billions of years old? How long does it take to fossilize an animal’s bones? Fossils, rock layers, and minerals are all… 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

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

Tricky, “Ich”-y Clues

Ichnofossil is a rather funny looking word, and frankly, it’s fun to say too – it is pronounced Ick-no-fossil.  Like I mentioned last week, these fossils are unique because they are not body fossils (i.e., bones, preserved skin,… Read More