Fearfully & Wonderfully Made

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“The question is not when does life begin, but when does a person begin?” Dr. David Menton explains from anatomical science and biology the truth of Psalm 139:13–16, which says that God weaves us together in the womb. This illustrated lecture also reveals the amazing and intricate design of the womb and the processes of fertilization, implantation, embryonic development, and birth itself. Dr. Menton shows that each of these is a series of miracles (irreducible complexities) that cannot be explained by chance and random processes. Even more important, as Dr. Menton explains with grace and sensitivity in the wrap-up of the video, is the second “birth” process of salvation explained in John 3.

Publisher Answers in Genesis
Year Published 2005
Author/Editor Dr. David Menton
Binding DVD
SKU: 881994001736 Category:

Description

When does life begin? What does the embryological development of the human body tell us about our Creator?

Find answers in this 2-part DVD from the compelling DVD series, Fearfully and Wonderfully Made. Co-produced by Answers in Genesis and the American Family Association, featuring award winning educator Dr. David Menton.

In this 2-part illustrated lecture, anatomist Dr. David Menton follows the marvelous embryological development of the human body in a progressive sequence from ovulation, the movement of the egg in the oviduct, fertilization, implantation, development of the placenta and finally the birth process itself. There are countless critical and precisely integrated steps in this sequence that are essential for the very survival of man and all mammals.

Additional Information

Weight 0.2 lbs
Dimensions 0.5 x 5.25 x 7.25 in

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