Ayers Rock (called “Uluru” by the Aboriginees) is a massive red sandstone formation in central Australia. It is nearly four miles long and over 1,000 feet tall. Evolutionists are firm in their belief that this gigantic rock formed gradually over millions of years by sediment slowly being deposited in layers. The sandstone which makes up this rock is called arkose and is composed of grains that are many different sizes and with very jagged edges. This indicates the grains were deposited together and very quickly. Otherwise, they would be rounded and sorted by size. This is not ironclad evidence for a young earth, but it certainly fits better with a catastrophic, worldwide flood than millions of years of slow buildup. Weigh the evidence and see which model it best conforms to. Time and time again, it is the model found in a literal understanding of the book of Genesis.
Posted by: Rob Lester | June 28, 2010
Ayers Rock—testament to Noah’s flood