The Grand Canyon is a place to find and explore the wonders of God's creation.
There's no doubt about it: the best place to see, study, and put together all these ideas about stacks of fossil-bearing rock is the Grand Canyon.
The Grand Canyon does not speak of millions of years of formation; it clearly testifies of rapid formation.
Is the higher elevation of the rim in the center of the Grand Canyon evidence of catastrophic formation? Dr. Andrew Snelling, AiG-U.S., explains.
A quickly formed canyon in England provides clues to how the Grand Canyon and other geological features formed recently-and not over millions of years.
Of the approximately 22,000 people who have the privilege of rafting the Colorado River each year, only about one percent will hear a biblical interpretation of how the canyon was formed.
The Grand Canyon originated in the following way according to the Havasupai Indians who live in its deep gorges.
A canyon hundreds of yards long cuts through a 25-acre field belonging to Houghall College in England.
Grand Canyon Video with Tom Vail
The pattern in the discordances may provide clues into the physics responsible for time variations in the decay process.