“Creation in the 21st Century” episode ARCHIVE: “The Galapagos Islands – A Different View” with Dr. Georgia Purdom of “Answers In Genesis”

Creation in the 21st Century with David Rives
Episode 26. “Galapagos Islands – A Different View” – with guest Dr. Georgia Purdom of “Answers In Genesis”

First Aired on 08/13/14

WATCH this episode ARCHIVE of Creation in the 21st Century as David Rives welcomes his guest Dr. Georgia Purdom of Answers In Genesis . Dr. Purdom takes us on an incredible visual journey to this breathtaking place. Contrary to evolutionary perspectives, evidence is presented that leads to an entirely ‘different view’ of what is observed there.

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Click Here to purchase Galapagos Islands A Different View Book in the Creation Superstore
Join author Dr. Georgia Purdom for an exciting adventure through the Galápagos Islands with this beautiful, full-color book. Gain new insights into the science and history of the islands from a biblical perspective! Explore the wonder of God in this full-color book filled with vibrant images of the glorious Galápagos Islands, which Darwin visited, and completely misinterpreted! View this Pacific paradise with creation scientist Dr. Georgia Purdom and read the articles of nearly 30 other researchers to discover powerful insights from biology, geology, and other disciplines that give God the glory due His name. Your faith will be strengthened by this book’s unique emphasis on God’s handiwork, majesty, and mercy – rather than the legacy of Darwin.

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“True science and freedom of thought are inseparable, but as this video shows, some scientists prefer power to truth” – PHILLIP JOHNSON, AUTHOR OF DARWIN ON TRIAL Are students learning the whole truth about Darwin’s theory of evolution? According to a growing number of scientists, the surprising answer is no.

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