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By Michael Oard

The writer presents a radical review of the beginning of 1 of the Earth’s most renowned icons, Grand Canyon. mentioning considerable geomorphological facts, he attributes the canyon’s formation to occasions that happened close to the tip of the Noachian Flood. He exhibits that ahead of the canyon itself might have been eroded, millions of ft of strata have been got rid of by means of gigantic sheet erosion. Then he develops the speculation that the canyon was once speedily carved through late-Flood channelized erosion. Oard additionally cites facts which demonstrates that the evolutionists’ uniformitarian principles are very faraway from supplying passable reasons. He additionally examines a few of the creationist hypotheses, together with the dam-breach speculation, and unearths all of them to be wanting.

This booklet, to be had merely as an booklet, is written to the extent of well-educated laypersons, and is seriously referenced to supply substance should you are extra technically orientated. There are a few 134 figures unfold all through its envisioned 328 pages.

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13, Chino Valley, AZ, 2004. C. M. Morris, The Genesis Flood, p. 153, Baker Book House, Grand Rapids, MI, 1961. , More creationist research (14 years)—Part II: biological research, Creation Research Society Quarterly 26(1):10, 1989. , Foreword. In: Ref. 2, pp. 6–7. , Natural History in the Christian Worldview, Creation Research Society, Chino Valley, AZ, 2001. 2. Grand Canyon in Its Geographical Context Forensic reasoning begins with present knowledge which it uses as clues to interpret the past.

Grand Canyon—Still a Major Geological Mystery 2. Grand Canyon in Its Geographical Context 3. Uniformitarians Cannot Explain Grand Canyon 4. Was Grand Canyon Carved by Breached Dams? 5. Geomorphology Indicates a Late Flood Origin 6. The Great Denudation 7. The Carving of Grand Canyon 8. Implications of a Superior Creationist Hypothesis Appendices Appendix 1 Too Much Time? Appendix 2 Wind or Water? Appendix 3 The Dating Chaos Appendix 4 The Spillover Hypothesis for the Lower Colorado River? Appendix 5 What about Lake Vernal?

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