The Bible: The Epic Miniseries is a 10-part miniseries that covers the Bible from Genesis to Revelation. The 440 minute epic will release on TV this spring and is available for preorder for DVD and Bluray. Where to buy: Christianbook: The Bible: The Epic MiniSeries DVD Amazon: The Bible: The Epic Miniseries...Read More
Christian History Made Easy is a 12-session DVD-based study series that covers the essentials on Church history. The Complete Kit edition includes the DVD’s, PowerPoint presentation with PDF files, Leader Guide, Participant Guide, and Reference Handbook, making the Complete Kit an excellent choice for both individuals and small groups. The DVD sessions and the teaching sessions combine to make well over 12 hours of study.Read More
I’ve seen many Creation videos on Mount St. Helens. I was convinced that there wouldn’t be anything new on tis DVD. I am very glad that I was wrong. Like all Awesome Science DVD’s, this episode gives more information in a shorter amount of time, and gives information that I’ve not seen anywhere else. May 18, 1980, at 8:32 am, Mount St. Helens in state of Washington erupted, causing the largest landslide in modern history. For the next nine hours, the volcano released the explosive power equivalent to one atomic bomb every second. This catastrophic event reshaped the surrounding...Read More
Explore Yosemite and Zion National Parks is episode 4 in the Awesome Science series. Yosemite National Park is filled with granite cliffs, huge rocks, and a gigantic valley. Zion Canyon has huge sandstone layers, arches, hanging valleys, and steep canyon walls. Both sites have plenty of features for geological study. This episode covers the geologic features of both sites and analyzing them scientifically, such as steep canyon walls that show water erosion and curved canyon walls show glacial erosion. There are plenty of pictures to go along with the science. This episode goes into great detail of radiohalos and how they show that granite was formed quickly rather than over millions of years. It also shows how this ties in with problems with dating methods using Uranium 238. It also covers the ice age, showing that instead of many smaller ice ages that the evolutionists believe, there was one large ice age after the flood of Noah. It shows how the flood best explains the geological features of Yosemite and Zion National Parks. The study guide covers the key concepts from the DVD and includes activities such as fill in the blank, order the events, true/false, and Bible study bonus activities. I like the Awesome Science series and this is another great episode that teaches more understandable science in 30 minutes than most DVDs do in 2 hours. I...Read More
Awesome Science is a DVD series, each consisting of a 30 minute episode that covers a specific location and analyzes the science at that location from a Creationist point of view. This episode, episode 6, covers the John Day fossil beds in northeastern Oregon. The John Day fossil beds have a lot of geological features that includes lava flows that deposited basalt, ash layers, sediment, erosion, the painted hills, and fossils of both plants and animals. This DVD covers each of those features in detail. There is a lot of geology in this episode. It covers a lot of information on how fossils form and geological erosion, and shows why they point to a catastrophic event. I’ve studied Creation for several years and I stilled learned a lot about geology. I learned more about geology from this DVD than from any other video I’ve seen. This episode is also available with a study guide. The study guide is a 30+ page booklet with activities that go along with the DVD. The activities include fill-in-the-blank, discussion questions, true/false, and more. The study guide is also filled with facts from the DVD. I like the Awesome Science series. The DVD’s are only 30 minutes, but there seems to be more information that’s easy to follow and understand in this 30 minutes than what is found in many DVD’s on Creation that...Read More
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