Origins of the Universe
A discussion of the popular question, Was the universe created? Or did it just evolve? For many years, a heated debate has raged between evolution and creation, with the question at the core of it all being, "Was the...
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A discussion of the popular question, Was the universe created? Or did it just evolve?
For many years, a heated debate has raged between evolution and creation, with the question at the core of it all being, "Was the earth created, or did it come into existence on its own without any outside interference?" In Origins of the Universe, we meet seven experts in their fields who have devoted their lives to the study of this question, hoping to find some kind of solid answer. These experts include; Ken Ham, Dr. PZ Meyers, Dr. Georgia Purdom, Dr. Terry Mortenson, Dr. David Menton, Dr. Jason Lisle, and Dr. Polly Winsor. The world around us contains many complex systems that work so perfectly together, sparking the question, "Do these things happen by chance, or do they happen by design?" - Publisher
Duration: 40 mins
Dr. Terry Mortenson was born and raised in Owatonna, Minnesota. He studied math and was led to Christ at the University of Minnesota. In 1975 he joined the staff of Campus Crusade for Christ and ministered to college students, first in America for four years and then for nearly two decades in Eastern Europe. He earned an M. Div. from Trinity Evangelical Divinity School in Chicago (1992) and a Ph.D. in the history of geology from Coventry University in England (1996). In 2001 he became a speaker, researcher and writer for Answers in Genesis in Kentucky. Over the past 25 years in 15 countries he
An accomplised author of some of the most popular and effective apologetic
resources on the market, Ken Ham is also the founder of Answers in Genesis-U.
S. andthe president of the Creation Museum. He is also one of the most
in-demand Christian speaker at hundreds of venues to tens of thousands of
believers across the globe each year.