The Reason Series – Complete Set of 3 Items


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5-unit DVD Set (40 mins. each) explaining the evidence for God from physics (along with the topics of evolution, the Bible vs. science, and aliens, etc.).

The information is presented in a narrative form with the central character defending his faith against a hostile atheistic roommate. Beautiful shots of Mt. Wilson Observatory and guest appearance from the Director of the Observatory.

Also included: Student Workbook and Faculty Resource Manual.

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This program was designed and approved as a supplemental curriculum to the Bishop’s curricular framework for the first semester of the freshman year (in the topic area of faith and reason).

It can be completed in five to seven class days, and provides vital information to students who may believe that science and faith are irreconcilable or are experiencing early skepticism about their faith.

Here is a review from a high school student:

“Overall, the videos answered several of my questions and undoubtedly increased my faith. Before watching these videos, I don’t think I could convince someone who didn’t believe in God that he exists and is our Creator. However, I now have full confidence that I could explain this and change someone’s opinion on creation. I truly believe I learned a lot from watching the episodes, and I was glad certain things I had doubts about became clear. Each episode made me think deeper about God and His reasoning for creating us. In the end, I definitely think The Reason Series brought me closer to God and made me believe even more firmly in my faith.”

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