A non-fiction book by Paul Taylor.
Facts to keep your faith afloat
Published by Master Books (June 2013). ISBN 13: 978-0890517215
An easy-o-read guide to the Flood, the Ark and Noah.
Back page blurb:
Here is your comprehensive guide to creationist thinking on the Flood in an easy-to-understand style!
– Get your facts and misunderstandings about the Flood straightened out!
– Study the history of the immediate post-Flood world, as well as modern considerations of the histories of earth sciences
– Real four fictional short stories that place the reader back in time just before the Flood – showing a world filled with non-belief and the few who reached out to save other with God's truth.
Don't Miss the Boat provides various perspectives on the biblical account of the Great Flood that speak to both the technical and scientific evidence we see around the world today. This book contains information for the layman who wants to know the basics, as well as the solid evidence that can be shared with anyone. Theological considerations, historical essays, and scientific implications are included, as well as fictional representations that convey the emotional power of God's judgment on a wicked pre-Flood world, rounding out this unique resource.
“an exciting new book from Master Books” parkerj
“Don’t Miss the Boat can be considered Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About the Biblical Flood (whether or not you were afraid to ask).” Beelissa
“I am very happy to have an intelligent book about the Biblical flood. It is refreshing to have the Bible placed as the highest authority on a subject.” pooke
“The biggest problem lies in the fact that there is very little material that available that helps people to understand what happened during and because of Noah's Flood. Until now.” JR
“It's easy to read and follow and would make a great resource for the study of Creation science and the flood. Highly recommended.” RAB
FREE! Download chapter 1 of Don't Miss the Boat as a pdf. (Many thanks to Master Books for making this pdf available for me to use)
Listen to this interview that I had on the Crosstalk program about the book 'Don't Miss the Boat'