Science DVDs are in high demand in the Blevins’ household. I am happy to report that my thirteen-year-old science phobic daughter is the biggest fan of the new series Awesome Science with Noah Justice. Noah, a fourteen-year-old homeschooler, and his family produce this great new series which introduces the evidence for Noah’s flood and a Biblical timeline present in many of our own national parks and the contradictions this evidence reveals about the theory of evolution.
Explore the Grand Canyon covers a general overview of the Grand Canyon, evidence from the Colorado River, The Biblical record, the Canyon Wall, the Dunes, evidence from recent receding floodwaters, and examples from Mt.St.Helens Glenn Canyon, Cavitation and Mars. The available study guide contains worksheets and vocabulary to go with each section of the video. Each section of the video presents gorgeous, sweeping views of the park with narration to explain how the features of the park were formed during Noah’s flood and not over the course of millions of years. The visual impact of this video is phenomenal. The price for a dvd is $14.99, and the price for the study guide is $3.99.
My Bottom Line: The best thing about these videos is the evidence presented which backs up the Young-Earth Creation view of Science I have been trying to teach my kids. Any resource that provides evidence for this view (and there is a lot of evidence) is a help in our homeschool. I realize that at some point they will need to make their own decisions, but in the meantime I am trying to make sure they understand the different view, evidence, and contradictions very clearly before they head off to college. Another very cool reason for us to own these dvds– we will be visiting most of these parks before we move back to the midwest in a few years. So having these videos as reference before we visit the park and actually touch and feel and see the various sections of the park. That is priceless.
Disclaimer: I received this video for free in exchange for an honest review on my blog. Here you have it!