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A Question of Origins (Full Documentary)

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Published on Jul 15, 2012

A Question of Origins (Examining the Creation/Evolution Controversy)
During the past century, much of the world has accepted the theory of Evolution as fact. Yet the molecules-to-man theory has no direct evidence to support it at all. This film provides overwhelming evidence in favor of Creation. The theory of Evolution has been applied to most scientific fields and this film exposes the blind speculation and evolutionary bias in three areas of science: Cosmology, Chemistry and Biology.
Did the Solar System evolve out of the Big Bang? Can chemical compounds spontaneously evolve into life? Does evolution explain the great variety of life on Earth?
This visually rich production reveals strong evidence that the universe and all life were created by a supernatural being, and that the God of the Bible is that Creator.
The Bible is the only holy book in the world that is scientifically accurate. In addition, scientific foreknowledge demonstrates that the Bible is truly the Word of God.
Features widely-traveled Creationist speaker, Roger Oakland, who makes the issues easy-to-understand for laypeople. Various scientific experts share evidence and proofs.
This video is great for anyone who has questions or doubts concerning the scientific accuracy of the Bible.
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For languages in Italian (italiano), Spanish (español), Portuguese (português), Polish (polski), Russian (pусском), Serbian (српски) and slovak (slovenského)
watch here http://christiananswers.net/creation/...

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