The Rocks Don’t Lie: A Geologist Investigates Noah’s Flood
New York: WW Norton, 2012. 320 pages.
“David R. Montgomery, a University of Washington geomorphologist, has written an entertaining and very readable book detailing why Flood literalists find so little support in the rock record,” writes reviewer Steven Newton. “Ranging from Mount Everest to the Grand Canyon, from the Creation Museum to ice-dammed Tibetan valleys, Montgomery explains what kind of features a worldwide flood would have created—and why what we see in the real world simply does not match. … His examples and stories shed light on how geology developed as a science, and how geologic thinking stands so firmly in opposition to a Flood interpretation.”