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These DVDs investigate Charles Darwin, his science, and his legacy.
Disney’s Earth does what few mainstream movies on the natural world dare do: avoid any mention of evolution or millions of years. But is it worth seeing?
Jean-Michel Cousteau’s Dolphins and Whales: Tribes of the Ocean is an amazing visual delight—with only a few scientific gaffes.
The popular culture is infused with beliefs contrary to the Book of Genesis (and the Bible in general), and it’s not just the high-profile debate over origins that regularly plays out in society.
Bill Maher set out to mock all religions in his comedy Religulous. What he ended up doing is revealing the religious fervency of his brand of atheism.
Once again, a movie claiming to cast doubt on the deity of Christ resorts to outright fabrications to make its case. Gordan Franz, guest columnist and archaeologist, explains.
Canada’s National Post looks at the follow-up to The Da Vinci Code: the upcoming “documentary” (if it can be called that) Bloodline.
Expelled brings to light the ruthlessness committed by evolutionists as they expel dissenters from within their midst.
God’s perfectly revealed truth rings an apocalyptic death knell for man’s “perfectly primitive” imagination.
A review of the new documentary Expelled.
Its merits as a cinematic spectacle aside, Roland Emmerich’s 10,000 B.C. offers a good opportunity to take a look into what the world might have been like a few centuries after Babel.
In what promises to be one of the most effective tools in recent times to expose the massive problems with naturalistic evolution as well as the ruthless tactics of its defenders, American actor, comedian, lawyer, writer, economist, game show host, and speechwriter Ben Stein is releasing the documentary Expelled: No Intelligence Allowed this spring. Make plans to see it!
Scheduled to be released in theaters in February 2008, Ben Stein’s movie EXPELLED: No Intelligence Allowed will surely add more fuel to the fire of the creation/evolution controversy.
Stacia McKeever reviews both the book and the movie, Golden Compass.
Mike Oard reviews the National Geographic children’s documentary.PDF Download
After being featured in a few hundred movie theaters in America, the documentary Flock of Dodos became available for purchase as a DVD this week.
It was the greatest evil in the world during its time: the British slave trade of the late 1700s and early 1800s.
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