The Genesis Flood
One of the great classics of biblical creationism argued from a credible scientific analysis while still adhering to and upholding a normal literal interpretation of Genesis. It is well researched, well written, and carefully documented. It is considered a scholarly work that does present some fairly technical information at times. Its analysis of the biblical account of the Flood as it relates to geologic formations and evidences apparent today are still compelling. Its treatment of Genesis is commendable, providing a careful examination of the credibility of the account by exploring the scientific possibility of Noah’s ark. There are many points and arguments presented that are still valid and useful, however, the sheer age of the publication limits its helpfulness in the earth sciences categories. Nearly fifty years old, several references and scientific data points are deprecated requiring that the reader supplement this volume with more current research.
Whitcomb, John, and Henry Morris. The Genesis Flood. Phillipsburg, NJ: P & R Publishing, 1961.