The violent eruption of Mount St. Helens in 1980 touched off a cascade of geologic processes that quickly reshaped the surrounding landscape. Did the catastrophic explosion reveal new information about Earth's age? Morris and Austin explore this intriguing question, comparing the results of the volcanic event with those of the Great Flood. A masterful discussion that turns the "old Earth" theory on its head! 125 pages, hardcover from Master Books.
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Review 1 for Footprints in the Ash The Explosive Story of Mount St. Helens
Very informative about vlocanoes and creation
Date:February 23, 2012
I bought this book to teach my kids about volcanoes. Instead, I learned tremendous details about the force of a volcanoe and how the re-shaped landscape provides details that will challenge your thinking about how land masses are formed!
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Review 2 for Footprints in the Ash The Explosive Story of Mount St. Helens
Date:August 30, 2007
Excellent explaination of the young Earth theory. I wish all Science teachers would read this.