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Thinking Creation - 01 - The Great Debate

This episode traces some of the philosophies that, over the course of millennia, have lead to the various ideas about origins that are current today. Some of the thinkers discussed include Democritus, Epicurus, Lucretius, Aristotle, the Apostles John and Paul, Thomas Aquinas and David Hume among others. As much as possible, the original words – or at least reasonable English translations – of these thinkers are used.

Ben Clausen - Nature and the Power of God

This presentation will share of the greatness of God in nature from the atom to the universe, but then note that God’s greatest display of power may best be seen in the still small voice that came to Elijah.

Ben Clausen - Sharing: What Adventists have to offer the scientific community

Dr. Ben Clausen made this presentation on May 19 during the 2021 Adventist Virtual Global Campmeeting. Here he explores strategies from his years of experience for being part of the scientific community…

Ronny Nalin - Is the Earth Special?

The search for extraterrestrial life is a fascinating enterprise that has spurred the birth of a dedicated line of scientific inquiry, known as astrobiology. Yet, at present, the earth remains the only…

Timothy Standish - Creation Changes Everything

Imagine a world without love, one in which struggle and competition dominates everything. Beauty is an illusion, everything has a selfish motivation and nothing exists for any reason other than the cold…

Alexey Popov - Origin of the Universe: Chance or Intelligent Design?

The questions about the origin of the Universe are discussed in this talk. Special attention is paid to the fine tuning of the Universe which made possible the existence of the complex systems and, especially,…

FREH 1-1

What attitudes will foster constructive dialogue on the controversial subject of origins? This is the introductory video to a series of short films featuring Dr. Brand explaining some of the key points…

Christians on Science

Why is it that when it comes to the big questions on origins (e.g., how did the universe come to be, how did life first appear on Earth, where do humans come from?) there are radically different interpretations…

Christianity and Science

Learn more about how Christianity has contributed positively to the advancement of science: https://www.grisda.org/248-1

Design in the Universe

Interested in learning more about the strengths of design arguments, as well as some cautions? This article will provide valuable perspectives: https://www.grisda.org/design-in-the-physical-universe-1

Biomimetics

What have we learned from biological systems that has helped inventors and engineers find more efficient solutions? Learn about brilliant designs in nature, and what they imply, from this article: https://www.grisda.org/biomimicry-the-search-for-brilliant-design-1

Hummingbirds

What can we learn about design and flight from hummingbirds? Discover more on this fascinating subject in this article: https://www.grisda.org/birds-and-flight-1

Cambrian Explosion

What is the Cambrian explosion? Why was Darwin puzzled by it? Learn more about this topic in this short article: https://www.grisda.org/cambrian-explosion-and-darwins-doubt-1

Christianity and Science

What are some of the foundational tenets of a Christian worldview that provided a good platform for the development of science? Learn about this subject at https://www.grisda.org/christianity-and-the-beginning-of-science-1

Design in Nature

Organisms cannot survive alone. They are part of a plan, similar to the way a well-designed factory works with various departments cooperating together. The real question is: Who designed the marvelous…

Theory of the Universe

Learn more about theories on the origin of the universe, at http://bit.ly/theory_universe

Beauty and Design

Have you ever paused in awe of something? Our ability to appreciate beauty is a miracle in itself. Learn more about beauty and intelligent design at https://bit.ly/2LGU4IJ

Biogeography

Want to learn more about a creationist approach to biogeography? read this introductory article: https://www.grisda.org/creation-flood-and-biogeography-part-1

Mothers Milk

Tim Standish describes how thoroughly the needs of newborn babies are anticipated in the design of their mothers. It appears that mothers customize the milk they produce for their children depending on…

Clash of Ideas, Episode 1

This episode unfolds at the foothills of the Italian Alps, between Venice and Padova. It was here that Galileo Galilei broke the Aristotelian distinction between perfect heavenly bodies and imperfect Earth.…

Clash of Ideas, Episode 2

This episode, centered around the town of Predazzo in the Dolomites of Italy, addresses the early modern geology controversy on the origin of granites. At stake in this debate was much more than the origin…

Clash of Ideas, Episode 3

This episode, filmed in the spectacular Swiss Alps of canton Glarus, presents an account of the development of ideas on the origin of mountains. It is both humbling and exciting to realize how much geological…

Clash of Ideas, Episode 4

This episode explains how an enigmatic suite of dark rocks in the Swiss Alps bears witness to the enormous tectonic forces which have been unleashed in the past history of our planet. If you are a teacher,…

Thinking Creation - 01 - The Great Debate

This episode traces some of the philosophies that, over the course of millennia, have lead to the various ideas about origins that are current today. Some of the thinkers discussed include Democritus,…

Thinking Creation - 02 - The Christian Roots of Science

In this episode, the question of whether Christianity acts as a superstition that holds back the advancement of science is examined. The foundational ideas of Christianity are compared with other religious…

Thinking Creation - 03 - The Design of Life

This episode examines specific properties of life, particularly the chemistry of life, that inform our understanding of where life comes from. The protein Endothelin-1 and molecular machine ATP synthase…

Thinking Creation - 05 - God And Nature

This episode discusses the relationship between the Creator and His creation. How does the biblical perspective that God is both the Creator and Sustainer of nature inform understanding of the regular…

Thinking Creation - 06 - God And The Big Bang

Big bang cosmology is the most widely accepted scientific understanding of how the universe came into being. This view is remarkably consistent with the biblical record of history. Crucially, both views…

Seeking Understanding - Martin Klingbeil

For Martin Klingbeil, the Berlin Wall was an immovable landmark that permanently separated him from neighbors in the same city. When the wall fell and Germany was reunited, history unfolded before his…

Seeking Understanding - Michael Hasel

Seven centuries before Christ was born, the Kingdom of Judah was torn apart by Assyrian invaders. What can the remarkable record of these events found in the palace of King Sennacherib tell us about these…

Seeking Understanding: David Pennington

This Seeking Understanding episode features Dr. Pennington, a plastic and reconstructive surgeon who performed the second ever ear reattachment; the first being Jesus’ reattachment of Malchus’ ear after…

Seeking Understanding: Isabel de Moraes

Dr. Isabel de Moraes is a remarkable woman who has become one of the leading scientists living today. What challenges did she have to overcome? Why does she work inside a huge synchrotron facility on a…

Seeking Understanding: Randall Younker

Dr. Randall Younker has worked as an archaeologist in the Middle East for most of his professional life. During the course of his education, his faith was challenged in the accuracy of Moses' account of…