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Navajo Church Rock Formation
Geological nomenclature recognizes that the base of Navajo Rock is designated Entrada Sandstone and the top is the Salt Wash Formation of the Morrison Formation. Even secular geologists recognize that many of the strata were laid down under watery conditions, but some layers they consider dry sand dunes. But, this view is controversial as Creationist geologists have found evidence that supports the Coconino Sandstone to have been laid down under watery conditions, and not dry conditions.This information can be extrapolated to the above strata. (See articles below.) It is also clear that much strata has been washed away. Much of it could have been during the late period of the Flood when the layers were not yet fully consolidated and not yet as resistant to erosion. Yet, erosion now continues-probably much slower. It, the Navajo Church Rock area gives us both beautiful rock formations and a reminder of God's judgment of the earth at one time by a worldwide Flood. Let us be repentant towards the Creator.
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