The Genesis Flood Paperback
The Biblical Record and its Scientific Implications, 50th Anniversary Edition
by Henry M. Morris, John C. Whitcomb;
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The Genesis Flood
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The Genesis Flood by Morris and Whitcomb is one of the most important books of the past century. Prior to its publication in 1961, evangelicals were for the most part unprepared to answer evolutionists and modern geologists claims about the antiquity of the earth.
Many blithely assumed that the days of creation in Genesis 1 represented long ages; others held to the 'gap theory' the idea that vast eons elapsed between the initial creation of the heavens and earth (Genesis 1:1) and the formation of life as we know it (starting in Genesis 1:2). The Genesis Flood showed why such theories dont do justice to the inspiration and authority of Scripture.
The book revived evangelicals interest in flood geology, demonstrating that most of the geological phenomena usually cited as 'proof' of the earths antiquity are better explained as evidence of a catastrophic universal flood, as described in Genesis 68. In recent years young-earth creationism has come under heavy attack in evangelical circles again, and The Genesis Flood is as timely, thought-provoking, and helpful as ever... A tour de force and a must-read resource for pastors, teachers, scientists, and anyone who is troubled by the conflict between the biblical account of creation and the ever-changing claims of modern evolutionary theory.
The Genesis Flood by Henry M. Morris, John C. Whitcomb was published by P & R Publishing in August 2011 and is our 22671st best seller. The ISBN for The Genesis Flood is 9781596383951.
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|Page last updated||10th August 2017|
|Author / Artist||Henry M. Morris, John C. Whitcomb|
|Publisher||P & R Publishing (August 2011)|
|Number of Pages||518|