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“Creation in the 21st Century” episode: “Amazing Insects of Creation” with Frank Sherwin of “Institute for Creation Research”
Get ready to be AMAZED at the unbelievable characteristics of the insects that we find all over the world. In this 30 minute program, David Rives is joined by Zoologist Frank Sherwin of the Institute for Creation Research. You will learn about so many amazing abilities that these creatures have. Awesome features that can only be attributed to design by a loving Creator, who made each of them to serve a specific purpose. Tune in to TBN on Wednesday, November 19th at 11 am CST (9 am Pacific) to see this episode of Creation in the 21st Century.
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Within these vivid, full-color pages children will discover God’s purpose for creating insects, and the corruption caused by sin. They will also see the world’s largest insects, insects designed with camouflage, the most beautiful insects, the weirdest insects, and more! With their alluring beauty, incredible design features, and limitless variety, bugs are a living testament to an all-wise, wonderful Creator. What you will see page-after-page are these creatures doing just what they were designed to do, and doing it well. God is amazing!
How do fish breathe and birds fly? Why do some animals migrate and others hibernate? And what happened to the dinosaurs and other extinct animals? The animal kingdom is a massive and amazing part of God’s wonderful creation. Whether they fly, swim, slither, gallop, or swing through trees, discover how the Lord created each animal to be unique and engineered for its own habitat.
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