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Watch Out for Snakes

Years ago, huffing along on a slow slog out of the Grand Canyon, I nearly stepped on one of the Canyon’s famed Grand Canyon pink rattlesnakes which curled, almost invisibly, on the sandstone trail I trod. Tossing a few tactful pebbles persuaded Mr. Rattler to slither away; little...

Reflections from a Board Member – John Kelley

I remember my first trip to the Grand Canyon. In fact, I remember every one of my trips to the Grand Canyon as though it was my first! My love of the Canyon began the summer between my seventh and eighth grade when our youth group preformed a musical drama there for three nights...

Why the Grand Canyon is Such a Wonder

Flying coast-to-coast for several years as the pilot announced we were flying over the Grand Canyon cemented my desire to see it one day. Of all the sights seen from an airplane 30,000 feet up, none appear bigger than this monument of the past. Growing up in a military family, we...

Biblical Inerrancy vs Millions of Years

by Dr. Terry Mortenson Answers in Genesis In 1978, 307 Christian leaders and scholars gathered in Chicago for what became known as the International Council on Biblical Inerrancy (ICBI), which met many times over the next 10 years. They sought to defend the doctrine of the...

How US Air Travel was Affected by a Grand Canyon Disaster

On June 30, 1956, Trans World Airlines Flight 2, a Lockheed L-1049 Super Constellation with 64 passengers and 6 crew members departed Los Angeles bound for Kansas City at 9:01 AM on an IFR (Instrument Flight Rules) flight plan and a planned altitude of 19,000’.  Three minutes...

The Genesis Flood and the Grand Canyon

The Genesis Flood and the Grand Canyon By Dr. John C. Whitcomb Norma and I will never forget rafting almost 100 miles down the lower Colorado River on a Canyon Ministries trip in early September, 2006, with twenty-eight friends under the leadership of Tom Vail. We were absolutely...