Four books that detail the significance of the Grand Canyon in understanding geologic features and how they relate to the Biblical flood.
Save 20% off the retail price by purchasing them as a set.
• Grand Canyon: Monument to Catastrophe by Steve Austin ($19.95)
• Your Guide to the Grand Canyon by Tom Vail, Mike Oard, John Hergenrather, & Dennis Bokovoy ($15.99)
• Grand Canyon: A Different View, by Tom Vail ($16.99)
• Over the Edge: Thrilling, Real-Life Adventures in Grand Canyon, by Larry Vardiman ($9.99)
Grand Canyon: Monument to Catastrophe
by Steven A. Austin
282 pages softcover
ages: 15 and up
publisher: Institute for Creation Research (1994).
Retail Price $19.95
Your personal tour of the Grand Canyon brought to you by the creation scientists who know it best! Answer those hard questions regarding geology, biology, and human history. Understand the difference between Creation rocks and Flood rocks. Study Flood sedimentation and tectonics, fossils, ecology, the canopy model and archaeology along with ICR experts. Grand Canyon is a monument to what God has done. This book is the next-best thing to being there!
Eminent geologist Dr. Steven Austin explains from a biblical standpoint how the Grand Canyon was formed. This book contains a wealth of information about geology and biology that equips Christians to defend Genesis, the young earth position, the worldwide Flood, etc.
Your Guide to the Grand Canyon
by Tom Vail, Mike Oard, John Hergenrather, & Dennis Bokovoy
124 page Spiral Casebound
Retail Price: $15.99
The author of the bestselling (and controversial!) Grand Canyon: A Different View, Tom Vail teams with co-authors Mike Oard, John Hergenrather, and Dennis Bokovoy to present a one-of-a-kind of exploration of the Grand Canyon. It is a massive, beautiful natural landmark carved out by water — but was the Grand Canyon formed slowly over millions of years or quickly after the Flood? This is the essential argument between the evolutionary and the creationist points of view. The Canyon’s four million yearly visitors are presented only the evolutionary view — that is, until now. This unique handbook is a detailed guide to the beautiful sights and landmarks of the Canyon and is an essential tool for families and individuals interested in the park. The guide includes significant geological sites, suggestions for visitors (whether you have a lot of time or a little), biological and historical tidbits, and much more.
Grand Canyon: A Different View
compiled by Tom Vail
2003, 96 page hardcover
Retail Price: $16.99
See the canyon from a biblical perspective and understand how it fits into the flood of Noah Exquisite photographs of the Grand Canyon with explanatory essays from top authorities of the canyon A layman's guide to the geological and religious implications of the canyon For years, Colorado River guide Tom Vail told people how the Grand Canyon had formed over the evolutionary time scale of millions of years. Now, Tom has a different view of the Grand Canyon. Come and tour the Grand Canyon with Tom Vail as your guide. Filled with stunning photos that will take your breath away and stimulate your imagination, this book also has many facts about the Grand Canyon which are presented in a biblical framework. A beautiful gift book as well as an intellectual pleaser, this compilation is sure to be a family favorite. Includes 20 essays from leading Grand Canyon authorities who support a creationist view of the Canyon.
Over the Edge: Thrilling, Real-Life Adventures in Grand Canyon
160 page paperback
Retail Price: $9.99
What started as informal treks to the awesome splendor of the Grand Canyon by members of the Institute for Creation Research has grown into a popular excursion for many across the country, from all backgrounds. Dr. Larry Vardiman recounts his memorable trips to this evidence for a worldwide flood, as he leads groups of adventurous tourists up and down the craggy cliffs. Written with humor, this book also points to a reverence for God's Word. By balancing the rugged beauty of this immense canyon with an acknowledgement of past judgement, Vardiman presents a complete picture of our natural surroundings. From encounters with rattlesnakes to delicious tales of camp meals, this book will enrich your understanding of God in ways you never thought possible.
Cut into the landscape of the great American West is a canyon so immense and imposing that it simply had to be called GRAND! Join Larry Vardiman as he recalls some of the funny and even embarrassing incidents that have occurred over 15 years of Grand Canyon tours. The true stories in Over the Edge might parallel your own story because after reading the book, you’ll want to go, too!