I just spent an enlightening, mind-twisting Sabbath devouring this book. It cleared up so many objections I have always had about my upbringing as a top science student in the 1950s, and in my Christian life since 1974. I’ve known that governing my life by my walk in the Spirit coupled with sincere, deep Bible study meant that I could not ignore Genesis. But I’d never questioned my eons of time assumption. Now I can see that was cultural bigotry driven deep within my soul almost from birth.
I haven’t had an ah ha! moment like this for nearly forty years
It was really a joy to see how obviously the Flood makes evolution pure foolishness, at best. I loved the photos of intermingled dinosaur and human footprints in so-called “ancient” rock. The pre-flood iron hammer with no carbon, a high chlorine/sulfur content, and an FeO coating instead of rust was especially intriguing. It’s actually much easier to accept than the resurrection—and I have no trouble with that. Even things like Atlantis now make much more sense. I love the concept of the large crystalline slab at the top of the Central American structure. It makes pre-flood wireless communication almost obvious.
But more than that, it all gives me joy and laughter in the brilliance and creative genius of my creator. I spent much of the day laughing in relief and revelation as portions of the creation suddenly made sense. What a God we serve!
It’s an excellent book. The typography is tough to read in many places. The layout is far over the top in many more. But it is worth the effort.
Don’t be found avoiding truth at all costs. I was there, sorry to say.