The Desert Problem

Posted: January 22nd, 2010 under Creation Blog, Institute for Creation Research.
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Unfortunately for young earth creationism, the existence of a wind-blown desert sandstone right in the middle of supposed Noah’s Flood rock layers is an unsurmountable problem.  In this review, the evidence for a wind-blown desert sandstone is revealed, and it comes from an unusual source…the young earth creationists themselves!  Click here to read this review.

1 Comment

  • Comment by Chris Huggins — June 24, 2010 @ 11:39 pm


    Another well documented aeolian sediment are the so called Cave Sandstones of the Clarens formation – Karoo Supergroup in South Africa. Interestingly these sandstones show evidence of fluvial deposts in places, indicating a paleoenviroment that was not entirely arid. These deposits are considered to be Lower Jurassic and are topped by the Stormberg Lavas which form the escarpment of the Drakensberg Mountains.

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