about it is very helpful, Tom. You included so many helps that
are not in most field guides- the glossary, GPS coordinates, and many
more. I can tell you put a great amount of thought into it with
the reader/student in mind. You carry the reader from the basics
through more complex geology. The complex part is written such
that an interested reader with little or no geology training can
understand it. Even those professionals in geoscience who
have not thought about or studied some of the items/concepts covered
will profit as well. The articles on radiometric dating and
polonium radiohalos are well done and very fitting in the guide.
happy for you in turning out such a great Field Guide. It will
be an invaluable tool for the people you carry on the pluton and
for others as well. Someone studying the guide can well
understand Stone Mountain from a creationist perspective. A
person could take the book, and without ever having been to SM, could
self guide himself through your tour. That means it is written
such that those you carry there will have this tool as a great
reference to look back to in their own study and teaching. They
can relive the tour through the book. It should be a great asset
to homeschoolers also. After a tour, the teacher can use it for
a text to teach and test the students.
job, Tom! You are an invaluable asset to Creation Science and to
the Lord's work! Please keep up your excellent service!"
John Morris, President of The Institute for Creation Research,
examines a xenolith at Stone Mountain and considers Froede's research.