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Thursday, August 9, 2018

Baffling the Secularists in Palo Duro Canyon

Seems like most people who have television, internet, and even newspapers have heard of the Grand Canyon. That place has been a tourist destination as well as a hotbed of geological research. If your travel plans do not allow for this one, there is another canyon that seems overlooked by many people. This is the Palo Duro Canyon, down Texas way. On a map, it's in the Texas Panhandle (it sort of looks like a top hat). This canyon causes problems for uniformitarian geological dogma.


Uniformitarian geology cannot explain features in the Palo Duro Canyon.
Credit: Freeimages / Deborah Finnell
You would rightly recollect that uniformitarianism is based on long ages, and "the present is the key to the past". This view precludes the Genesis Flood, which far better explains much of what is seen in geology — as we have seen here numerous times. If secularists weren't so afflicted with pusillanimity and had the courage to drop deep time presuppositions, they'd see how well Flood geology explains their observations. Actually, I'm being a mite unfair. They have to follow the Darwin trail from fear of losing their jobs if they deviate.

There are some rock layers that are "missing" millions of Darwin years. Secular geologists have served up some weak explanations, even considering a catastrophic local flood, but none of this works. One reason is that the rocky areas in questions cover a mighty big area.
ICR scientists recently led field trips through Palo Duro Canyon near Amarillo, Texas, pointing out many geological features that show clear evidence of the global Flood. The walls of the canyon display over 700 feet of Flood strata. 
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The rocks show no evidence of the supposed 40 million years of missing time between the Quartermaster and the overlying Tecovas. What are observed are flat-lying rocks upon flat-lying rocks for tens of miles in all directions. These sedimentary strata look like they were deposited layer after layer with no time gaps in between.
To read the entire article, click on "Palo Duro Canyon Rocks Showcase Genesis Flood".




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