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The Grand Canyon, Monument to an Ancient Earth

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Carol Hill is a geologist who has worked in the Grand Canyon and Carlsbad Cavern for over 40 years. She is the author of a number of books, and has been featured on NOVA and National Geographic TV. Her other publications include Grand Canyon: Monument to an Ancient Earth, as senior editor and co-author. Carol teaches geology at the University of New Mexico. 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 is a hydrologist with the National Weather Service, working seasonally in the Grand Canyon.


The authors, most of whom are Christians, have systematically contrasted the claims of so-called 'flood geologists' with the actual details of Grand Canyon geology. In doing so, they have utterly demolished the flood hypothesis with an avalanche of geologic evidence sufficient to fill a canyon.-- (02/01/2016)
The Grand Canyon ... is terrific. It is a comprehensive primer on geology as we know and practice it... Everyone on Earth should be aware of what this book contains as a science text, as well as a rationale for employing scientific methods to a basic understanding of anything natural.-- (02/01/2016)
... irenic in spirit, scientifically informed, and biblically sound.--Paul Copan"Palm Beach Atlantic University" (02/01/2016)
...richly illustrated, superbly organized, and exceptionally readable overview of the Grand Canyon.--John W. Geissman, President Emeritus"Geological Society of America" (02/01/2016)
The various authors of this book have done us all a tremendous service in their patient and clear exposition of geological thinking about the Grand Canyon (a magnificent place in it own right!).--C. John "Jack" Collins"Covenant Theological Seminary" (02/01/2016)
This important book must be carefully considered by everyone involved in the debate about the age of the earth.--Wayne Grudem"Phoenix University" (02/01/2016)
A must read for anyone interested in the direct testimony of Creation itself on the history of our world.--David R. Montgomery, Author of The Rocks Don't Lie: A Geologist Investigates Noah's Flood (02/01/2016)

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