Snelling has just released a new two-volume set called Earth's Catastrophic Past. I've been waiting for this for well over a year, and I know some have known about it for even longer. Anyway, it is now available for order from ICR!
This book is supposed to contain a summation of the incredible amounts of geological research that has been done by creation geologists over the past half-century, and provide a framework for understanding geology in the context of the Biblical flood.
Thanks to Paul Garner for letting us know!
The Northwest Creation Network recently published the videos from their 2009 conference on their home page. There are many good videos in there. One in particular was Steven Austin's discussion of the archaeology of what he believes to be Sodom and Gomorrah. I'm going to have to rewatch the video, since I missed a lot while cooking breakfast this morning, but it was fascinating. Steve has done a lot of work with archaeology of Biblical events, and we reported here on an earlier paper he did on the archaeology/geology of Amos's earthquake. Anyway, all the videos are great and worth watching.