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The Gospel message originated in Jerusalem and spread throughout the world through word of mouth.  It is my prayer that the message of my book will reach others in exactly the same way.  Today, Christians have a powerful tool at their disposal that can speed up mass communication; namely, the Internet.  If, after reading my book, you believe its message would help one or more of your friends in their walk with Christ, I urge you to contact them.  To that end, I have provided a sample email that you might consider copying and pasting into your emails to them.



Dear (Recipient):

I’ve just read Noah’s Flood: Birth of the Ice Age. It had some interesting ideas concerning Noah’s Flood that I’m passing along to all my Christian friends.

As we know from the first chapter of Genesis, on day two God placed water above the sky.  The author of the book suggests that God used the water to form a planetary ring.  It was of complex design (as the book describes in great detail.)  At the time of Noah, the ring was destroyed.  The book shows how the water fell to earth in the form of super-cold ice. 

A lot of my questions were answered.  For example, did you know that the Bible says the waters of the Flood covered the world’s tallest mountain by more than 20 feet?  According to the book, the water was frozen, not liquid.

The book remains true to the genealogies of the Bible, concluding that life began some 6,000 years ago.  It’s a great tool to use in the Creation vs. evolution debate.  Citing Einstein’s General Theory of Relativity, the author explains why there was a massive time warp during the creation process and that the stars were already billions of years old at the dawn of the first day of Creation.  Also, the last chapter shows how the planetary ring invalidates the results of today’s Carbon 14 dating procedure for specimens that died prior to the Flood.

According to the book, the ice that fell onto the earth’s surface at the time of the Flood covered the arctic regions to an average depth of 4 miles.  The sun has been melting 3 feet of Antarctica’s icecap each year over the past 4,300 years. The numbers correlate well with the amount of ice that remains at both the North and South Poles.

Some of the tell-tale signs that were left behind following the Flood are discussed in the book.  For example, the author gives insight into how such massive erosion could have once formed the Grand Canyon.  The Colorado River flowed 100 times faster than it does now as the ice melted from the Rocky Mountains.  It flowed at that rate for 100 years.

We’re told to always be prepared to give an answer to everyone who asks us to give the reason for the hope that we have.  I now have answers to the Creation vs. evolution debate and I can answer those who criticize the Bible’s story of the Flood.  The author recommends that all young adults going off to institutions of higher learning be equipped with a copy of the book.  I wholeheartedly agree.

The first three chapters of the book can be read on the author’s website, found at www.Noahs-Flood.com .  Check it out.