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Huge questions of past and present climatic changes are explained in this beautifully produced 3-part documentary. Discover how the Biblical record makes much more sense of what we find in the geologic record than millions of years.
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Evolutionists have scores of theories regarding the world's glaciers. Their many ideas and multiple ice ages all presume that the ice and snow, which covered about a third of the earth, came and went over long periods of time—millions of years. But these uniformitarian ideas, and their total lack of a credible explanation for what started the presumed ice ages, have greatly inhibited scientists’ability to cohesively explain this amazing period in earth’s past. Creationists, on the other hand, have all the evidence on their side! Geology and archaeological findings confirm the biblical record. With the worldwide Flood of Noah’s day as the event that led to a single, rapid Ice Age, huge questions of past and present climatic changes are explained! Meteorologist Michael Oard hosts this beautifully produced 3-part documentary, filmed on-location across the USA.
Bonus features include: behind the scenes, interviews and previews.
Mike Oard has an MS degree in atmospheric science from the University of Washington. After 30 years as a meteorologist with the US National Weather Service, he retired and now is fully devoted to research on the compelling evidence for Noah’s flood and the post-flood ice age. He has done considerable study on the woolly mammoths in light of Noah’s flood and the ice age. Mike has published several research papers in his field in journals of the American Meteorological Society. His creationist research has been published in technical books, laymen’s books, and children’s books, as well as in many creationist journals. He also lectures on these subjects and serves on the board of directors of the Creation Research Society in the US.