Heavens Declare: Beyond the Milky Way

DVD Release: June 1, 2010
Heavens Declare: Beyond the Milky Way
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Synopsis

The universe is vast almost beyond description. We look all around us, and in every direction we see millions (if not billions) of galaxies floating in space, seemingly frozen in time. Yet we do measure the tell tale signs of a past universal expansion.

There are many Christians who believe the literal interpretation of the Bible and its time line that ages the Earth to a little over 6000 years. Also it cannot be denied that new and powerful telescopes are photographing objects that are apparently billions of light-years away. Light that is seemingly billions of years old?

Join Dr. John Hartnett from the University of Western Australia as we explore these seemingly contradictory questions and find that the Heavens do indeed declare the glory of God!

Dove Review

Dr. John Hartnett from the University of Western Australia does a magnificent job in revealing scientific secrets which compliment and do not contradict the Bible. He hosts this DVD which features stunning visuals and graphics as it focuses on the wonderful creator of it all. The DVD is nicely made all the way around, including the pleasant voice of narrator Dr. Rich Hobson.

The topics include a look at the solar system, satellites, stars and others and features scripture which focuses on God as creator. Ultimately, the DVD finished with Proverbs 3:5-6 which states that people need to trust in the Lord with all of their hearts and lean not unto their own understanding.

This is an educationally and visually powerful DVD. We gladly recommend it for all ages and award our Dove Seal to it. After viewing this DVD, you might just declare that “The Heavens Declare” DVD is awesome!

Content Description

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Other: Talk of a creator as opposed to the Big Bang theory.

Info

Company: Bridgestone Multimedia Group
Genre: Documentary
Runtime: 60 min.
Reviewer: Edwin L. Carpenter