Rejecting the Young Earth Creationists' geological account of the flood as scientifically and biblically unsound, the author conducted what is perhaps the first ever worldwide archaeological search for the Flood. What he finds accurately matches the biblical account of ancient history and simplifies the historical sciences.
Should his findings withstand the intense scrutiny invited by the author, the advancing edge of belief and learning must return to the biblical foundations rejected by the West since the Enlightenment.
Format: Hardcover Number of Pages: 432 Vendor: Christian Leaders & Scholars Press Publication Date: 2010
Dimensions: 9.00 X 6.00 (inches) ISBN: 0979310229 ISBN-13: 9780979310225 Availability: In Stock
This book is the announcement, the chronicle, and the explanation of the author's discovery of massive evidence of a worldwide Flood. Philip Williams' discovery resulted from his systematic search for the Flood in the archaeological remains of ancient man. Using radiocarbon dates taken from the unintended graves and tombs of those buried by the Flood, he dates the enormous event to about 2400 BC. Williams uses forensic analysis to show that the deaths of entire families and servants found in the graves are difficult to understand in any way but massive drowning. What he discovered rewrites the history of the ancient world. Not surprisingly, it simplifies and revolutionizes the historical sciences. Should these detailed findings and carefully reasoned conclusions withstand the intense scrutiny, which the author invites, they must return belief and learning to the biblical foundations that the West has rejected since the era of the Enlightenment.
A polyhistor, Philip Williams has interspersed his career in technology with lengthy studies in the philosophy of science, the history of ideas, biblical studies, and the history of mankind. His book is the product of ten years of study that followed his 1994 discovery of population patterns in ancient Israel that met his three criteria as archaeological evidence of the Flood. Owing to his profession as a systems engineer and infrastructure scientist, Williams was equipped to pull together information from numerous specialized fields that resulted in his straightforward account of ancient history in the light of the Flood. Since his retirement in 1990 from the telecommunications software company he founded, the author has alternated his time among historical research, the promotion of infrastructure development in poor nations, and the promotion of international community among Christians.