The Grand Canyon

English: The Colorado River near Nankoweap Cre...

English: The Colorado River near Nankoweap Creek and the granaries, Grand Canyon (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Grand Canyon, from South Rim near Visitor Center

Grand Canyon, from South Rim near Visitor Center (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

point de vue de Pipe Creek Vista, Grand Canyon...

Pipe Creek Vista, Grand Canyon, Arizona, États-Unis (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

 

There is always an ongoing debate between Evolutionists and Creationists, and the Grand Canyon is good evidence of creation. Evolutionists believe that the Grand Canyon was created by the slow erosion from streams and rivers over Billions of years, resulting in the huge canyon. Creationists, however, know that the Canyon was created very quickly by the impeding or receding flood of Noah’s time.

In the walls of the Grand Canyon, there is an area where to different types of rock meet. It is agreed that both types were deposited there by water, but according to the Evolutionists, the two top layer was deposited a half a billion years after the bottom layer! If this was true, there would be a sign of weathering over the bottom layer before the top layer came on. A flood though, would be able to deposit the layers one after another very quickly.

The Evolutionists thought that there was no way such a large canyon could be made in such a short time. Until Mt. St. Helens blew. The lava flowed down and blocked the nearby river. Finally, the River burst through and in just ten days, a smaller version of the Grand Canyon was created.

The Grand canyon is just so big. Truly, this is God’s creation.

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