Beyond Is Genesis History? Vol 1: Rocks & Fossils explores the fascinating fields of geology, paleontology, and atmospheric science. When you’ve watched the documentary film and want to learn more, this is your next step!
Learn much more about the impact of the global flood on the Earth in these 20 new videos featuring scientists from the documentary.
The segments are between 18-20 minutes each and focus on specific areas of science and scholarship. They are perfect for families, churches, schools, and homeschools wanting to learn how Genesis explains so much of the world around us.
Featuring: Del Tackett, Steve Austin Art Chadwick, Marcus Ross, Andrew Snelling, Larry Vardiman, and Kurt Wise.
Duration: 6 hours & 40 minutes.
Mount St. Helens: Catastrophic Geology – Steve Austin
Mount St. Helens: Spirit Lake & the Floating Log Mat – Steve Austin
Grand Canyon: The Grand Staircase – Steve Austin
Grand Canyon: Desert View & the Colorado River – Steve Austin
Grand Canyon: The Great Unconformity & Megasequences – Steve Austin
Grand Canyon: Fossil Nautiloids – Steve Austin
Museum: An Overview of the Rocks and Fossils – Marcus Ross
Museum: The Fossil Record & Design – Marcus Ross
Pocket Wilderness: The History of Life – Kurt Wise
Pocket Wilderness: Evidence of the Catastrophic Past – Kurt Wise
Pocket Wilderness: The Rapid Formation of Coal – Kurt Wise
Pocket Wilderness: The Order of the Fossils – Kurt Wise
Pocket Wilderness: After the Flood & the Nature of Science – Kurt Wise
Mount Baker: The Ice Age & Climate Change – Larry Vardiman
Fossil Repository: Exploring Fossils & Paleocurrents – Art Chadwick
Fossil Repository: Catastrophe & Complexity – Art Chadwick
SP Crater: Radioisotope Dating 1: Overview & Radiohalos – Andrew Snelling
SP Crater: Radioisotope Dating 2: Implications & Carbon-14 – Andrew Snelling
SP Crater: Catastrophic Plate Tectonics – Andrew Snelling
Sedona: Evidence for a Young Earth – Andrew Snelling