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The fossil record (Origins : how the world came to be ; episode 6) (VHS video) / featuring Dr. A.E. Wilder-Smith.

Contributor(s): Wilder-Smith, A. E., (Arthur Ernest), 1915-1995 [presenter] | Standard Media International | Eden Films | Films for Christ Association.
Material type: TextTextSeries: Origins : how the world came to be: episode 6.Publisher: Mesa, Arizona. : Films for Christ Association, [1983]Description: 1 videocassette (VHS) (32 min.) : sound, colour ; 13 mm.Content type: two-dimensional moving image Media type: video Carrier type: videocassetteSubject(s): Creationism | Fossilization -- Religious aspects -- Christianity | Geology -- Religious aspects -- Christianity | DelugeGenre/Form: Creation vs Evolution.Cast: Featuring A.E. Wilder-Smith.Summary: What do most fossils really prove? This fast-moving documentary covers thought-provoking discoveries relating to the Grand Canyon, geology, fossilizations, "missing links," coal formation, a worldwide flood, etc. Scientists suggest that Earth's fossil record provides more evidence against Evolutionism than for it..--From back cover of video container.
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VHS Videos - Adults Library Room 2 (beside the courtyard, off the breezeway @ Holland Park) Vid A Tea Cre Ori Fos (Browse shelf) Available 2393

Distributed by Answers in Genesis, Acacia Ridge, Qld.

Featuring A.E. Wilder-Smith.

What do most fossils really prove? This fast-moving documentary covers thought-provoking discoveries relating to the Grand Canyon, geology, fossilizations, "missing links," coal formation, a worldwide flood, etc. Scientists suggest that Earth's fossil record provides more evidence against Evolutionism than for it..--From back cover of video container.

Ages: Adult & teens.

Added to GBC Library 2 January 2018.

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