Earth's Catastrophic Past

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Earth's Catastrophic Past is a two-volume creationist screed by Andrew Snelling published by the Institute for Creation Research in 2009. Subtitled "Geology, Creation & The Flood, books follow on from Whitcomb and Morris's The Genesis Flood and attempt to incorporate decades of creationist research and insights against "evolutionary" geology, whatever that is (considering that evolution is a field in biology, not geology).

Earth's Catastrophic Past (ECP) is an extended biblical exegesis aimed at those Christians who have succumbed to the old Earth and evolutionary paradigms, although young-Earth creationists will also revel in its reinforcing message. The books contain 126 chapters in a little over 1100 tedious pages.