Evolution's Achilles' Heels
Visually stunning animations and dramatic footage help to show how the theory's supposed strengths are, in fact, its fatal flaws-Evolution's Achilles' Heels. Like no other work that we are aware of, fifteen Ph.D. scientists colaborated to produce a coordinated, coherent,...
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Visually stunning animations and dramatic footage help to show how the theory's supposed strengths are, in fact, its fatal flaws-Evolution's Achilles' Heels.
Like no other work that we are aware of, fifteen Ph.D. scientists colaborated to produce a coordinated, coherent, powerful argument. All of the contributors received their doctorates from similar secular universities as their evolutionary counterparts. Each is a specialist in a field relevant to the subject: Natural selection, origin of life, geology, genetics, radiometric dating, the fossil record, cosmology, and ethics.
Evolution's Achilles' Heels directly demolishes the very pillars of the belief system that underpins our now-secular culture-evolutionary naturalism. It's coupled with the Biblical command to reach the lost with the Bible's Good News. In a nutshell, it's a comprehensive outreach tool like no other.
The fifteen Ph.D. scientists include Donald Batten, Robert Carter, David Catchpoole, John Hartnett, Mark Harwood, Jim Mason, Jonathan Sarfati, Emil Silvestru and Tasman Walker.
-Over 20 minutes of extended interviews
-Subtitles in 16 languages: Afrikaans, Chinese (simplified), Chinese (traditional), Dutch, English, French, German, Greek, Indonesian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish
"Demolishes the theory of evolutionary naturalism."
15 Ph.D. scientists explain evolution's fatal flaws - in areas claimed to be its greatest strengths.- Publisher.
Educated at the University of Utah and the University of Illinois at Champaign/Urbana, Rob Carter conducts research in computer-assisted design and teaches typography, graphic design, and computer graphics at Virginia Commonwealth University in Virginia. With the help of authors Ben Day and Philip Meggs, Carter wrote the book Typographic Design: Form and Communication, a richly illustrated source of information and ideas. Carter has also written the books Working with Computer Type: Color & Type, Experimental Typography; and Working with Computer Type 2: Logo Types, Stationery Systems, Visual Identity. Carter's graphic designs have been exhibited by the American Institute of Graphic Arts, New York Art Director's Club, Society of Typographic Arts, Graphis Annual, Creativity, and the New York Type Director's Club.