The Grand Canyon, Monument to an Ancient Earth: Can Noah's
by Carol Hill (Editor)
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Published 2016: 240 pages
-Could the Grand Canyon's rock layers have formed
in a single year of Noah's flood?
-Why are there no dinosaur, bird, or mammal
fossils in the canyon's layers?
-How do we know that radiometric dating methods
can we tell what happened in the unobserved past? -How long did it take to
carve out the canyon?
-Is Young Earth Creationism really biblical?
Learn the answers to these questions and more to
understand how the Grand Canyon testifies to an old earth. Insights from top
geologists, highlighted by stunning photographs, provide a memorable guide
to these ancient wonders of creation.
About the Authors
Carol Hill is the author of scientific articles on the Grand Canyon
published in Science, Journal of Hydrology, Geosphere, and other
journals, as well as Christian apologetics articles for Perspectives in
Science and Christian Faith. She has been featured both on NOVA and National
Geographic's Naked Science.
Gregg Davidson is the Chair of
Geology & Geological Engineering at the University of Mississippi. He has
written a number of articles and the book When Faith and Science Collide.
Davidson is an active national speaker on the subject of faith and science
with Solid Rock Lectures.
Wayne Ranney is a former park ranger,
geologic speaker and tour guide, and author of several books, including
Carving Grand Canyon.
Tim Helble worked as a hydrologist in the
National Weather Service (NWS) for twenty-seven years. Before his NWS
career, he held a half-year seasonal position at Grand Canyon National Park,
helping to develop a water resources plan for the Park.