Posted by: paulgarner | February 3, 2011

Celebrating The Genesis Flood

This month is the fiftieth anniversary of the publication of the book that really launched the modern creationist movement: The Genesis Flood by John C. Whitcomb and Henry M. Morris. The Institute for Creation Research has quite rightly dedicated much of the latest edition of Acts & Facts (Vol. 40, No. 2, February 2011) to a celebration of this book and the extraordinary impact it has had over the last five decades. The articles include:

Celebrating the Classics by Lawrence E. Ford (p.3)
A Flood of Evidence by Henry M. Morris III (pp.4-5)
The Creation Movement’s Firm Foundation by John D. Morris (pp.8-9)
Global Flood, Global Impact by Henry M. Morris (pp.10-11)
Genesis Flood Insights More Relevant Today than Ever by Frank Sherwin and Brian Thomas (pp.15-16)

I’ve also written my own analysis of the history and impact of The Genesis Flood, which I will post here (or link to from here) soon. Watch out for that.


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