A Scientist Looks at Creation with Dr. Robert Gange
Renowned scientist Dr. Robert Gange examines the evidence that moved him from being a skeptic to a believer and follower of Christ. This compelling video – one that a customer recently called “one of the best scientific videos I have found” – is a lecture Dr. Gange gave a Princeton, punctuated with video and graphics throughout.
”Even though the production values are now a bit dated, this image-enhanced lecture by Dr. Robert Gange at Princeton University is an excellent primer on the overwhelming evidence for design in the creation of the universe and our planet.” Roy Tidwell – President, American Portrait Films
“For the scientist who has lived by his faith in the power of reason, the story (the quest for origins) ends like a bad dream. He has scaled the mountains of ignorance; he is about the conquer the highest peak, as he pulls himself over the final rock, he is greeted by a band of theologians who have been sitting there for centuries.”
So concludes Robert Jastrow, famed astronomer and agnostic, in his book God and the Astronomers. Quietly, with little fanfare or media attention, a revolution is taking place in modern science. From the particle physicist examining the atom to the astronomer scanning the universe, Jehovah’s shadow is intruding into the “light” of men and women who have heretofore closed their minds and hearts to any thought of Deity.
A Scientist Looks at Creation explores the testimony of one such scientist. Once a skeptic, Dr. Robert Gange now writes:
The awesome splendor of a 30 billion light-year wide universe so precisely balanced that a butterfly can stay perched at the edge of a flower petal points not to chance, but to cause; not to matter, but to a maker, and more than that, to a maker who matters.
Dr. Robert Gange is a research scientist, engineer, and professor. Educated in five universities, he has made pioneering contributions in several scientific fields and holds over thirty base patents. Honored repeatedly by NASA, Dr. Gange’s experience embraces guided missiles, laser technology, holographic memories, and electron devices. This image-enhanced lecture, with introduction and commentary by Eric Holmberg, was given at Princeton University.
- Format: Color, Dolby, Full Screen, NTSC
- Language: English, no subtitles
- Region: Region Free (will play everywhere)
- Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
- Number of discs: 1
- Rating: NR
- Studio: Reel to Real Ministries
- Program Release Date: August, 1996
- Running Time: 77 minutes
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