The Flood Geology Series
Awesome Science Media Presents:
Mount St. Helens - Modern Day Evidence for the World Wide Flood
In 1980 Mount St. Helens erupted and quickly became known as "God's gift to Creationists". Thirty years later geologist Dr. Steve Austin returns to the volcanic monument to share about the catastrophic processes which reshaped the terrain and how they support the Biblical record of earth's history.
He presents his research on how the events at Mount St. Helens reveal catastrophic processes in other geologic features such as the Grand Canyon and the petrified forests at Yellowstone. The formation of these features have been thought to have taken millions of years, but because of the events at Mount St. Helens, can now be explained by catastrophic processes, especially the Global Flood as recorded in the Bible.
1. Rapid Strata Formation
2. Rapid Erosion
3. Logs and Log Deposits
4. Peat and Coal Formation
5. Biological Recovery
6. What the Mountain Teaches Us
• Behind the Scenes
• Awesome Science Media
• Region 0 (Playable Everywhere)
• Producer: Kyle Justice
• Format: Color, Widescreen, Single DVD, NTSC
• Running Time: Approx. 37 minutes
• Language: English
• UPC: 609722630405
The Flood Geology Series Summary
This series takes leading scientists in the field of geology, chemistry, and meteorology and explores evidence for the global Flood around the world. Instead of speaking in a lecture hall or church, these scientists venture out to the geological locations to show the viewer first hand the evidence for how the flood impacted the earth in a catastrophic manner. Scientists include Dr. Steve Austin, Michael Oard, and Dennis Bokovoy.
Bio of Producer, Kyle Justice
This DVD is produced by Emmy-nominated director, Kyle Justice. His work has appeared on such networks as National Geographic, ESPN, The Outdoor Channel, The Family Channel, and Fox Sports. Kyle started Awesome Science Media in 2010, and has been producing creation science programming since 1996.
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