Tune in to TBN (Trinity Broadcasting Network) this Friday, April 1st @ 5:30pm CDT (3:30 Pacific to see this week’s episode of “Creation in the 21st Century” titled: “Explore Creation!” Join David Rives (host) as he welcomes reptile expert and herpetologist, Nathan Hutcherson to this week’s episode of “Creation in the 21st Century”, as we “Explore Creation!”
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Explore the world of God’s incredible Creeping Things!
Learn about God’s created creepers in the reptile and amphibian world through this new DVD series, Creeping Things. Herpetologist, Nathan Hutcherson, with his son and daughter, take you on an adventure, hunting down and finding these amazing creatures.
DVD 1: UNDERAPPRECIATED CREEPERS In this episode, Nathan and family travel to the mountains and desert to find snakes, skinks, scorpions, and toads. They share why these creatures are often underappreciated for the Creator’s designed role they play in nature. Nathan and family go hunting in caves, over mountains, and a on the road for a night drive to find these amazing creeping creatures.
DVD 2: DESERT CREEPERS In this episode, Nathan and family travel to the desert to find four different snakes, a vinegaroon, gecko, Chuckwalla lizard, iguana, scorpion, and tortoise. They share how these amazing creatures can live and thrive in the desert through adaptations God has given them. Nathan and family go hunting over dunes, rocky basins, to find these amazing creeping creatures.
DVD 3: CALIFORNIA CREEPERS In this episode, Nathan and family travel through Southern California to find tree frogs, turtles, water bugs, newts, and three different snakes. They share how these amazing creatures have adapted to the environments God has given them. Nathan and family go hunting over mountains and through streams to find these amazing creeping creatures.
ALSO INCLUDES BONUS FEATURES!