Evolution: Part Scientific Theory, Part Unconfirmed Hypothesis
It is interesting how divisive this topic can be for our generation, isn’t it? I mean, people get fired up about this! If you follow science news at all and read the comments people post, you will see two clearly defined sides on the issue of creation. One comment about God’s amazing creation and the angry banter begins!
And yet, if I had no knowledge of God and no access to a Bible, I would walk outside and see so many amazing plants and animals, each “unique in the song that it sings,” that I could not help but determine that they were all designed by someone far more intelligent than I.
That brings so much joy and so much hope, I’m not sure how opponents of creation even survive! Listen to this:
“But now ask the beasts, and let them teach you; and the birds of the heavens, and let them tell you. Or speak to the earth, and let it teach you; and let the fish of the sea declare to you. Who among all these does not know that the hand of the Lord has done this, in whose hand is the life of every living thing, and the breath of all mankind.” Job 12: 7 – 10
For our Module 9 session, we watched the 2009 movie, “The Mysterious Islands” by Doug Phillips. (Edited 2019: There was previously a study guide for the movie, but I have been unable to locate a new link for it online. With some extra searching you may be able to find it!) This is an excellent supplement to the text book.
Before you go, take a minute to watch this video:
Study Link: Flashcards & Games at Quizlet.com
Disclaimer: No compensation of anykind has been received to promote these links….no movies, no CD’s, no MP3’s….nothin’!
#1 by lookheavenward on December 15, 2019 - 12:56 am
Hello! Do you have the file for the worksheet that accompanies the film? I have tried to access the link that you included, without any success. Thank you for your help! Your website has been helpful!
#2 by jlsgrant on December 15, 2019 - 9:04 am
Thanks for letting me know that the link is no longer active. Sorry I was unable to find any new information about the study guide. I am happy to hear that Mindful Ramblings has been helpful to you. I really need to go through the whole Apologia Biology section and check all the links, it’s been quite awhile since I put it together!