The Fossil Record: Proof of Noah's Flood or Evolution?16 min
Convincing evidence that the Fossil Record supports the year-long Genesis Flood describes in Genesis 6-9. The geologic column is filled with fossils. Does the fossil record provide evidence of Noah's Flood, or evolution over "millions of years"?
The Geologic Column6 min
This video answers the following questions: What is the geologic column? How dependable are index fossils in dating rocks? Where can the geologic column be found? How do flood geologists explain the order of the fossils? The geologic column is really just an idea rather than a column of rock. The complete "geologic column" does not exist anywhere in the world except in textbooks and other media. How do flood geologists explain the order of the fossils? Moehlenpah, www.doinggood.org
There are NO Transitional Fossils.1hr 8min | This video evaluates the leading evidences that are presented in these museums from a both a biblical and scientific perspective: the Human-Chimp 99% Myth, key ape-to-human icons like Ardipithecus ramidus, “Lucy” the Australopithecus, Homo habilis, Neanderthals, the Human Family “Tree,” Darwin’s Finches, the fossil record and transitional forms, Continental drift and Pangea, Dinosaurs, and deep time based on radiometric dating.
60 Minutes Presents: B-RexLesley Stahl meets the inspiration for the lead character in the classic film Jurassic Park and reports on how famed dinosaur hunter Jack Horner is shaking up the paleontology world.
Exploring Soft Tissue in Dinosaur Bones10 min
Dr. Del Tackett and director Thomas Purifoy Jr. discuss the fascinating discovery of soft tissue in dinosaur bones and filming Dr. Kevin Anderson at Van Andel Creation Research Center in Arizona. Learn more about the film "Is Genesis History?" and get more resources at http://www.isgenesishistory.com/
Dr Anderson on dinosaur soft tissues26 min
Join Origins host Ray Heiple as he welcomes, Dr. Kevin Anderson for, “Immortal Proteins?” For several years now scientists have been baffled upon finding soft tissue in dinosaur bones. Fragments of several types of proteins have been extracted from these dinosaur fossils. Protein degradation studies contradict the claims by evolutionists that certain conditions could preserve proteins in a buried fossil for millions of years. Instead, they reveal direct evidence that these fossils are only a few thousand years old.