Wonders of Creation: Consider God's Creation
In the 21st century, we are often too enamored with ourselves and our technological achievements. We miss the natural beauty around us, noticing the stars in the sky or stopping to smell the roses. These seemingly simple aspects can help cause us to meditate on the greatness of our Creator. In conjunction with the special revelation of God's message in the Bible, the natural revelation in creation testifies to God's infinite power, intelligence, and care. Join Eric Lyons as he helps to stop and consider God's creation.
Wonders of Creation: Defined Design
The General Theory of Evolution contends that every lifeform on Earth came about by non-purposeful, unintelligent accidents. Yet many evolutionists repeatedly refer to seeing amazing design in nature. But can design exist without a designer? Join Eric Lyons as he looks at the remarkable design we see, even down to the smallest creatures on Earth, all of which point to a Grand Designer.
Wonders of Creation: Platypus
Scientists classify the platypus as a mammal, but it’s unlike any mammal you’ve ever seen. From its flat duck-bill to its extremely dense fur to its incredible electro-receptor hunting system, this animal is unique indeed. In this program, Eric Lyons shows how truly amazing the platypus is and how it attests to God’s design in nature.
Wonders of Creation: Woodpeckers
Did you know that a woodpecker can strike a tree up to 20 times per second, with each strike being equivalent to 1,000 times that of gravity? How can these birds do this without being harmed? Join Eric Lyons as he presents a lesson on God’s extraordinary design of the woodpecker.
Wonders of Creation: Giraffes
The tallest land animal today is the remarkable giraffe. With its tall neck, thin legs, and long tongue, this wonder of creation shows some amazing designs. How does the giraffes circulatory system account for its head being 8 feet above its heart when standing, but then several feet below its heart while taking a drink? While evolution must rely on random mutations and chance processes, the finely-tuned anatomy of the giraffe provides evidence of intelligence--demanding a designer. Join Eric Lyons as he describes the fascinating and remarkable giraffe.
Wonders of Creation: Bombardier Beetle
With about 40% of all insect species being beetles, it might seem that all beetles are just common bugs. However, don't be fooled. Beetles have some remarkable design features that testify to a grand Designer. Especially incredible is the bombardier beetle. Join Eric Lyons as he shows you how wonderful God's creation is.
Wonders of Creation: Cuttlefish
The cuttlefish is an amazing wonder of creation. Though it is not even classified as a true fish, but rather a mollusk, its camouflage abilities allow it to move about the ocean confusing predators. Join Eric Lyons as he looks at the amazing camouflage tactics of the cuttlefish.
Wonders of Creation: Godwit
Imagine if scientists could build a robotic bird weighing less than 1 pound that could fly non-stop 7,000 miles, without the need to stop to oil its wings, tighten its screws, clean its gears, or recharge its batteries. If possible it would take thousands of hours, millions of dollars, and extremely intelligent scientists to design such a robotic bird, but a real bird already exists with such accomplishments. Join Eric Lyons as he discusses the godwit, a true wonder of creation.
Wonders of Creation: Mallee Fowl
How do you find out what the temperature is outside? Well you probably don't stick out your tongue, because that wouldn't do you much good. For the mallee fowl, that is exactly what it does and its tongue can determine the temperature to within only a few degrees. Not every creature has this capability, so where did the mallee fowl's design come from? Join Eric Lyons as he discusses this wonder of creation and Who gave its design.
Wonders of Creation: Electric Eel
With their six-foot-long, tube-shaped, scaleless bodies, electric eels look like a snake, but are classified as a knifefish. Yet, these creatures are much different than most fish you know. They can produce enough electricity to generate a shock of up to 600 volts—enough to stun a horse. How can these aquatic creatures survive their own defenses? Join Eric Lyons as he reveals the wonderful secrets of this incredible creation.
Wonders of Creation Program
Reason, common sense, and true science demand an explanation for the beauty, splendor, and amazing animals on Earth. Random chance and mindlessness could never bring about the complex design found throughout the animal kingdom. These superbly designed animals call for a Creator. Join Eric Lyons as he investigates the Wonders of Creation and the “fingerprints” of God.