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‘Evolution’s Achilles Heels’ ~ CFDb Movie Review & Recommendation

‘Evolution’s Achilles Heels’ ~
CFDb Movie Review & Recommendation

 

Evolution’s Achilles Heels

In this groundbreaking new documentary, 15 Ph.D. scientists expose devastating weaknesses in modern evolutionary theory.

Never before have this many scientists been brought together for a project of this type. They were asked, “According to your areas of expertise, what can evolution NOT explain.” Their answers will surprise you as you learn how many areas of scientific research present devastating challenges to textbook Darwinian orthodoxy.

The subject areas covered include the fields of genetics, radiometric dating, natural selection, the geologic column, the fossil record, the origin of life, cosmology, and more! Even though these scientists are all well-known creationists, this is not an apologetic for biblical creationism so much as it is a death blow to the prevailing view.

Visually stunning 3D animations and dramatic footage help to show how the theory’s supposed strengths are, in fact, its fatal flaws—Evolution’s Achilles’ Heels.

 

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This is a highly informative documentary that everyone should see.  Here were some highlights:

  • Achilles’ Heel – A fatal flaw that would bring about it’s ultimate demise.
  • Mistakes are often made through incorrect interpretations about our world.
  • Nature can adapt to its environment and circumstances.
  • Natural Selection is NOT evolution.
  • Natural Selection is part of the Creationist model.
  • The flood wipes away millions of years and/or evolution.

This film is an all in one, information resource, which covers many different facets of the evolution theory.

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