We provide here a list of links to selected DVDs, video clips and audio recordings on topics relating to origins.
Is it true that our worldview influences the way we interpret data from the natural world? Is it also possible that observations from the natural world trigger revolutions in thinking? Exploring sites around the European Alps, this series looks at some historical examples of controversies in science and geology that illustrate the dynamic and complex relationship between scientific models and philosophical concepts.
Episode 3: Moving Mountains? (6:37)
Thinking Creation is not only about why thinking Christians embrace the Biblical creation, but also how this doctrine makes sense of the sometimes confusing reality we experience and the development of competing philosophies.
The Great Debate (28:47)
The Christian Roots of Science (27:49)
The Design of Life (28:21)
The Richly Diverse Creation (25:52)
God and Nature (26:33)
God and the Big Bang (30:30)
Randall Younker (Produced by Faith & Science Council, 2016; 25:02 minutes)
Ariel Roth (Produced by Faith & Science Council, 2014; 24:30 minutes)
Harold Coffin (Produced by Faith & Science Council, 2014; 26:02 minutes)
Creation and God
Jim Gibson: Lions in the Garden of Eden (the problem of natural evil; July, 2010; 17:23 minutes; Audio only)
Jim Gibson: Getting the first button right (worldviews; May, 2013; 1:36:03 hours)
Tim Standish: A Closer Look at God’s Creation (May, 2012; 90 seconds)
Tim Standish: God’s Power in Forming the Mountains (August, 2012; 90 seconds)
Tim Standish: Sharing Faith in Biblical Creation (November, 2012; 90 seconds)
Creation and Nature
Leonard Brand and Arthur Chadwick: Dry Bones and Fossil Trackways (May 24, 2016, 22:13)
Tale of a Trilobite (Produced by Geoscience Research Institute, 2011, 43:01 minutes)
The Creation: The Earth is a Witness (a video on the first week of creation, October 2013, 23:46)