Don’t Miss The Boat | Facts to Keep Your Faith Afloat Book
There are many thorough books about the Flood, which can often be technically difficult to read. Here at last is a book which is comprehensive in scope, but easy-to-read.
The book starts with a number of expositions of the relevant chapters in Genesis. Then comes a section dedicated to history. This includes ancient history—looking at how civilizations developed after the Flood—and more recent history—looking at how and why our society stopped believing in the Flood.
In the important science section, Paul has tried to explain the concepts in a manner free from undefined scientific jargon, so that readers can get an appreciation of what the biblical position is, for example, on plate tectonics, fossils and radiometric dating.
In order to explain his thoughts on what the world might have been like before the Flood, he has included four short stories, because some artistic license is required. Finally, the book closes with a section entitled The Gospel According to Noah, because the biblical account of the Flood is soaked through with the Gospel of Jesus Christ, which helps to explain why Jesus was so adamant in reporting it as a historical fact.