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Incredible Creatures that Defy Evolution 3 DVD Set
Incredible Creatures that Defy Evolution 3 DVD Set

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Until now, most creation-type films seemed to fall into one of two categories. Some are too simplistic, resulting in a film worthless for teaching and useless as a convincing argument for creation opponents. Others are too complicated, making them more ideal for adult skeptics, but tediously complex for most families. Incredible Creatures that Defy Evolution fills the gap between the two, the "missing link", as it were. This fascinating series presents powerful evidence that proves that animal designs cannot possibly be explained by evolution; there must have been a Creator.

You may never have wondered why the giraffe's blood flow doesn't blow its brains out when it bends to drink water, or how
geckos can walk upside down on glass, or even how the incubator bird knew it needed the ability to always keep its eggs at 91°F. But by using these and other remarkable animals, Dr. Jobe Martin reveals sophisticated and complex designs of the marvelous hand of a brilliant Creator. Evolution simply cannot explain the origin of these unique animals. Spectacular animal footage will delight even younger children. Straightforward explanations will fascinate and inspire the rest of us, giving us solid information to share with evolutionist friends. This is an astonishing set of three DVDs that belongs in every Christian home and church lending-library.

Speaker: Dr. Jobe Martin
Length: 180 minutes
Format: 3 DVDs
Producer: Exploration Films

Are there really creatures that produce fire to defend themselves?
How does a giraffe get a drink without causing lethal blood pressure to his brain?
How can Geckos walk upside down, even on glass and not fall?
What kind of bird can kill a lion with a single kick?
How can some dogs know that a storm is coming before it appears, or can sense when their masters are about to experience a seizure?
Which creature perplexes scientists because of its amazing ability to heal itself, even when it sustains horrendous injuries?
How do Emperor Penguins go two and a half months without eating or drinking?
How can birds navigate over thousands of miles of ocean and never get lost?
How do fireflies and glowworms create light that generates no heat?
How do great whales dive to the bottom of the ocean without the pressure causing them to implode?
What creature was the inspiration for the helicopter?
How can some creatures be cut in half and still regenerate themselves? Some can even grow a new head!
Features segments on Australian incubator bird, bears, black and yellow garden spider, bombardier beetle, butterflies, the chicken egg, cuttle fish, dogs, dragonflies, earthworms, elephants, gecko and chuckwalla lizards, giraffe, glowworms and fireflies, hippopotamus, horses, human eye and ear drum, hummingbirds, lampsylis mussel, manatees, milopina bee and vanilla, ostriches, the pacific golden plover, penguins, platypus, sparrow, vestigial organs, whales, and woodpeckers!

Average Customer Review: 4.5 of 5 Total Reviews: 2 Write a review.

  0 of 0 people found the following review helpful:
great set October 26, 2009
Reviewer: Kortness' from Rice Lake , WI United States  
learned something new for the whole family, very entertaining.
could do without the intro of the Dr. every dvd, but other than that, it was great.

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  3 of 3 people found the following review helpful:
Excellent DVD's October 20, 2008
Reviewer: J. Koster from Sherwood, AR United States  
Our family has thoroughly enjoyed this set of DVD's. We have watched them many times and learn something new every time.  Our young children enjoy them along with the older kids and adults.  The grandparents even keep a set in the car for the grandkids to watch on their DVD player. High quality, glorifies the Creator, well done!

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