Fearfully & wonderfully made (DVD) : an anatomist looks at the incredible complexity of human life / an Answers in Genesis production ; featuring Dr. David Menton.Publisher: Hebron, KY, USA : Answers in Genesis, Copyright date: ©2006Description: 1 videodisc (approximately 63 min.) : sound, colour ; 12 cmContent type: two-dimensional moving image Media type: video Carrier type: videodiscISBN: 891994001736Subject(s): Human anatomy -- Religious aspects -- Christianity | Fetus -- Anatomy -- Religious aspects -- Christianity | Fetus -- Development -- Religious aspects -- Christianity | Uterus -- Religious aspects -- Christianity | Childbirth -- Religious aspects -- Christianity | CreationismGenre/Form: Creation vs Evolution.Online resources: Answers in Genesis about David Menton. | CreationWiki.org about David Menton.
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An Answers in Genesis production; executive producer, Ken Ham; executive in charge of production, Dale Mason; produced and directed by, Paul Varnum; audio engineers, Eric Rauch, Ben Wilt; editors, Ryan Vogel, Eric Rauch; recorded at, Coral Ridge Presbyterian Church.
featuring Dr. David Menton.
The question is not when does life begin, but when does a person begin? Dr. David Menton explains from anatomical science and biology the truth of Psalm 139:13-16, which says that God weaves us together in the womb. This illustrated lecture also reveals the amazing and intricate design of the womb and the process of fertilization, implantation, embryonic development and birth itself. Dr. Mention shows that each of these is a series of miracles (irreducible complexities) that cannot be explained by chance and random processes. Even more important, as Dr. Menton explains with grace and sensitivity in the wrap-up of this video, is the second "birth" process of salvation explained in John 3.--Back cover of DVD container.
Added to GBC Library 23 February 2019.