A Closer Look at Dinosaurs
What can dinosaur eggs and eggshell fragments tell us about how and where these animals lived? James Hayward, a Professor of Biology at Andrews University, shares what he's learned about dinosaur eggs and related topics to inspire teachers and students to...
Archaeopteryx - A flying reptile?
The debate over whether an Archaeopteryx is a bird or a reptile has been long discussed. Take a look at some of the arguments presented on either side, with a conclusion in agreement with Christianity.
Creation Evidence Chart & Museum
The Creation Evidence Museum sells a 7 ft. 8 in. full color chart of the "Creation in Symphony" model accompanied by a 10-page "Illustrated Creation Model" booklet explaining each globe. CEM is a non-profit educational museum in Texas that...
Dinosaurs - A Creationist Viewpoint
"There can be no question that the topic of dinosaurs is highly motivating to elementary students everywhere. Just the word alone fires up their imagination and curiosity. Where did they come from? Where did they go ? What did they look like? Why aren't...
Discovering Dinosaurs - Teachers Participate in Dinodig
Learn about the Dinodig research project open to teacher participation each summer on site in Wyoming. The article includes information about the typical day, what teachers learn, and links to additional resources useful to teaching about dinosaurs from a...
Evidence of Things
Grade 9-Grade 12
High quality PowerPoint presentation lead students through the biblical foundations and scientific evidence of how our world and its inhabitants were formed.
Oceans of Kansas Paleontology
View images with descriptions from the Oceans of Kansas Paleontology website. Note to Adventist teachers: consider the creation science origins perspective and the biblical flood evidences potentially in the accounts of the oceans of Kansas.
SWAU Dinosaur Project - Excavation and Taphonomic Research
Southwestern Adventist University has been conducting a dinosaur excavation research project in the Lance Formation of eastern Wyoming. Participants are quarrying in an extremely rich bone bed finding the remains of a number of upper Cretaceous dinosaurs....
SWAU Online Fossil Museum
Southwestern Adventist University's Online Fossil Museum includes photos of specimens discovered, some in 3-D. The collection has been developed to fulfill the mission and purposes of the Departments of Geology and Biology and the Hanson Research Station in...
The Age of Fossils
Roth shares beliefs and techniques regarding the age of fossils, rocks, and ultimately, the earth.
The Bible and Paleontology
Chadwick attempts to lay out some of what we know, what we can know, what we do not know and perhaps what we cannot know from the Bible and Paleontology, about the history of life on the earth.
This paper was presented at the 26th Institute of Christian...
Time, Faith, and Fossil Whales
Raúl Esperante explains radiometric dating and talks about fossils of whales as well as briefly mentioning a few other aquatic creatures found in various places in the world. Look at some of the interesting information provided in this piece about paleontology,...
University of California Museum of Paleontology
The UCMP website contains thousands of pages of content about the history of life on Earth. This includes K-12 resources, the paleontology portal, mystery fossil and understanding evolution. Note that all materials are presented from an evolution perspective.
What Does the Fossil Record Tell Us?
This article examines widely held views on interpreting fossil records that are not supported by the data. Seven misconceptions are briefly discussed followed by three evidences of the viability of an alternative view of conventional geology and paleontology.