In The Beginning Compelling Evidence For Creation & The Flood: by- Walt Brown
Books uncovering the false claims of evolutionists have become so numerous that well-prepared summaries are greatly needed, especially for introductory and classroom purposes. Admirably designed to meet this need is Walt Brown’s In the Beginning. Most spectacular section is its unfolding of the hydroplate theory in connection with the great universal flood. Brown’s presentation is an astonishing explanation of where the water may have come from and where it went. It does forcefully replace the water-canopy theory, which has obvious problems connected with it.
In the Beginning is a great creation-science book for teens and adults. It’s easy to read, carefully researched, meticulously documented, and offers answers to the most important questions of the origins controversy. Besides the usual creation-science approach to questions about the historicity of Genesis and what happened to make the dinosaurs extinct, the book is unique in explaining for the first time how twenty-five major Earth features- including mountains, volcanoes, the Grand Canyon, and ice ages-resulted from a worldwide flood. At the same time, it reveals serious yet little-known problems with many evolutionist ideas about Earth history and the origin of life-including many ideas that evolutionists themselves have discarded, but are still taught as fact in children’s textbooks. You owe it to yourself to get this book.