geological evidence of a worldwide flood

I don’t want to make it a practice to review things I haven’t seen, but these books look really good. Answers in Genesis has a series of Pocket Guides and right now, they are on sale (saving you almost $10 if you buy all 5 of them).

The description says that these are meant to be concise and powerful and that they are illustrated. There are 5 topics:

  • The Global Flood
  • Noah’s Ark
  • Social Issues
  • Charles Darwin
  • The Bible

Each has 96 pages and is softcover. I took a peek at the table of contents of the one on the Flood and there are several authors, and many sub-topics, so though there are less than 100 pages, it seems like the book is packed with information.

In our increasingly busy society, this is one way Christians can quickly keep informed on the main points they need to know about these important issues. I’d love to read comments from anyone who has seen or who owns these.

Unusual sandstone at Vermillion Cliffs National Monument in Arizona (credit: BLM Photo)

Unusual sandstone at Vermillion Cliffs National Monument in Arizona

I was fascinated by today’s picture at Bing so I did some research. Bing tells us that this was formed over 150 million years ago. But it’s just the kind of beautiful rock formation that gives us evidence the the Biblical account of the Great Flood is true.

Some scientists, and, apparently, the editors at Bing, will tell you that these kinds of rocks were formed by a little bit of water and a whole lot of time. But I believe the opposite is true, that they were formed by a whole lot of water and not nearly as much time. And God.

(Note: if you read this later than the day I posted it, you will see a different photo at Bing. Click on the arrow in the bottom right-hand corner of the photo to go back and see photos from previous days. If you hover your mouse cursor over certain parts of the photo, little captions appear with links where you can learn more. Bing is a site that shows spectacular photos and lets you search the Internet, but you can’t trust their information to always agree with the Bible.)