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Did a good God make bad bugs? (DVD) / presented by Creation Research.

By: Mackay, John [speaker].
Material type: TextTextSeries: Creation Research presents: Publisher: Capalaba, Qld. : Creation Research, [2004]Copyright date: ©2004Description: 1 DVD-video (approximately 60 min.) : sound, colour ; 12 cm.Content type: two-dimensional moving image Media type: video Carrier type: videodiscSubject(s): Diseases | SARS (Disease) | Malaria | Cholera | Onchocerciasis | Creation | CreationismGenre/Form: Creation vs Evolution. | DVDs & Videos.
Production Credits: Creation Research presents.
Summary: How do you witness to those who claim: "If there is a God of love, what about all the nasty diseases?" Did God really invent SARS, Malaria, Cholera, River blindness, and much more. Show people the real history of disease, what is really to blame and the only long term solution. Since life didn't evolve where did the really nasty bugs come from? Easy to share and a great tool to witness with.--Back cover of DVD container.
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Grace Bible Church Library Holland Park
DVDs - Adults - Teaching - Creation vs Evolution Library Room 2 (off the breezeway, beside the courtyard @ Holland Park) DVD A Tea Cre Mac Did c2 (Browse shelf) 2 Available 2292

Creation Research presents.

How do you witness to those who claim: "If there is a God of love, what about all the nasty diseases?" Did God really invent SARS, Malaria, Cholera, River blindness, and much more. Show people the real history of disease, what is really to blame and the only long term solution. Since life didn't evolve where did the really nasty bugs come from? Easy to share and a great tool to witness with.--Back cover of DVD container.

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