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Why the Genesis Flood Matters
The study of geology is a daunting task, especially when investigating ancient rock, strata, and fossils. What do the rocks and strata tell us about the geologic history of earth? How do fossils help us unlock the mysteries of the geological catastrophes of the past?
For some, the thought of a worldwide flood is ludicrous. But for serious scientists who research the various formations of the earth and the catastrophic processes that shaped the world we see around us today, the evidence of a global flood is indisputable. The Global Flood presents that evidence in a way that clearly demonstrates why the biblical account of the Flood matters to all of us who want to understand and communicate the truth of the Genesis Flood with confidence.
“The Global Flood helps to meet a great need today. It is comprehensive. It is aimed at those who are not experts in earth sciences. People everywhere need to understand the true significance of the year-long, mountain-covering Deluge that buried and fossilized trillions of marine and land animals and plants only a few thousand years ago. Over 95 percent of these fossils — even within sedimentary strata seen in the highest mountains of the world — are marine creatures! We don't need to stretch the creation week of Genesis 1 to allow for this. The fossils were formed after, not before, Adam! Without the enormous hydrodynamic work of the Flood, we could not know this. Now the Christian world has no excuse — if they ever had any — for adding millions and billions of years to earth history.
“May God be pleased to use The Global Flood to enlighten and encourage His people everywhere, in this day of confusion and compromise, to understand as never before some of the basic realities of Flood geology.”
— from the Foreword by Dr. John C. Whitcomb
Title: The Global Flood: Unlocking Earth's Geologic History
Authors: John D. Morris
Publisher: Institute For Creation Research
Publication Date: 2012
Dimensions: 11.25" x 8.75" x 0.625"
Shipping Weight: 2 lbs
Category: Earth Science
Item Number: BTGF