Noah's Flood stands at the crux of much of the Christian faith. Evolutionists deny it, non-Christian historians discount it as an amalgam of local myths, and even some professing Christians relegate it to metaphoric or poetic flourishes on Moses' (or even God's) part in describing prehistory. Rehwinkel provides an in-depth, well-researched and well-documented vindication of the Flood, historically (including non-biblical texts), geologically, and biblically.
First published in 1951, The Flood still provides a wealth of great information for interested researchers and students today, although some information is now out-of-date (the inclusion of the 'Brontosaurus', outdated names for some elements of the Geologic timetable). But those with a good grasp of the basics seeking something to dig into for more and better facts than most textbooks will find this a trove waiting to be unpacked.