Posted by: paulgarner | January 18, 2010

It’s here!

Hurray! It’s finally arrived! What am I talking about? Andrew Snelling’s new book, that’s what. All 1102-pages of it landed on my doormat this morning. Earth’s Catastrophic Past: Geology, Creation and the Flood is a two-volume overview of the creationist model of earth history written by one of the world’s leading creation geologists. It’s being described on the ICR website as the long-awaited update to Whitcomb and Morris’ seminal The Genesis Flood. Of course, I’ve only briefly thumbed through these volumes, but they are handsome hardbacks and the production values look high. No doubt I’ll be blogging about the book’s contents in due course (along with Oard and Reed’s Rock Solid Answers: The Biblical Truth Behind 14 Geological Questions and Young and Stearley’s The Bible, Rocks and Time: Geological Evidence for the Age of the Earth, both of which I’d also like to review). In the meantime, you can buy your copy of Earth’s Catastrophic Past from ICR’s bookstore, and follow the links above for the other books mentioned.


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