Moody Science Classics Set of 19 DVDs

Moody Science Classics Set of 19 DVDs
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    Author: Moody Bible Institute
    Format: DVD
    Publisher: Moody Video
    Series: Moody Science Classics
    Ages: 5 to 12
    Size: 5½ X 7¾
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    True classics, the Moody Science DVDs have shepherded children through the world of God’s creation for the past 50 years!

    For more than fifty years, Moody Science Classics have unfolded the miracles of nature's mysteries while showing how the wonders of creation reveal the majesty of God. School-aged children through teens as well as parents and teachers will gain a fresh appreciation for the Creator and the intricate details of His handiwork, as presented in these award-winning programs.

    The Moody Science Video series, awarded first place in the Educational Video Series category of the 2001 Practical Homeschooling Reader Awards, are wonderful supplements for teaching scientific principles in an easy-to-understand format and from a biblical perspective.

    Titles include:

    City of the Bees

    You're about to visit an incredible city. Where everyone has a job. A place where there's no need for hospitals or retirement homes. The organized, efficient City of the Bees.

    You'll learn how these amazing insects live and work. You'll see their police patrols, sanitation squads, and air conditioning systems. And you'll begin to grasp their language, as you watch worker bees describe the direction and the distance of their latest nectar find.

    You'll be amazed at the harsh law of the hive, which leaves no room for the sick or unproductive members. And you'll find out why God's design for human relationships is vastly different from his system for bees.

    Dust or Destiny

    Fish that lay eggs on dry land. Birds that navigate for thousands of miles without a map or compass. Bats that swoop through total darkness without the slightest bump in the night.

    In Dust or Destiny, you'll marvel at some of the world's most astonishing natural wonders. And learn how each of them gives fervent testimony to the fact that this planet was not formed from ordinary dust. But from the loving hands of a living God.

    Experience With an Eel

    The electric eel lives in the fresh waters of the Amazon Basin. The eel can discharge an electrical impulse capable of killing a horse. This eel can locate fish by means of "radar," then captures its prey by knocking it out with a violent shock of electricity.

    In Experience With an Eel, Dr. Irwin Moon and his lab assistants demonstrates the eel's electrical shocking power. The study of the electric eel helps to answer many questions concerning the relationships of science and the Word of God.

    Facts of Faith

    Would you believe that heat isn't hot? Steel can float in mid-air? And even the most solid substances aren't really solid at all?

    In Facts of Faith, you'll watch one million volts of electricity blaze through a man's body. And witness a whole series of sophisticated scientific experiments all designed to demonstrate some powerful spiritual truths, such as, what faith is and how you can have it.

    God of Creation

    A creeping caterpillar takes wing as a graceful butterfly. Flowers open their blooms before your eyes. A twinkling point of light reveals a solar system millions of light-years away. It's all the work of the God of Creation.

    God of the Atom

    Energy, the equivalent of mass; a radical conception, key to the atomic age. The idea expressed in E=MC2 is actually quite simple. But it has caused a great revolution in scientific thinking.

    It means any object, a desk, a pencil, a piece of paper, just any bit of matter represents an unbelievable amount of energy. God of the Atom addresses man's spiritual bankruptcy and his need for regeneration.

    Hidden Treasures

    You don't have to visit the museum to find priceless works of art, stunning jewels, or riches untold—just look around you.

    In Hidden Treasures, you'll explore the intricate beauty of a simple snow crystal. Swim the crowded ocean within a single drop of seawater. Marvel at a desert flower too tiny for the sharpest eye to see. And in the end, you'll learn how the greatest treasure of all is to meet the Creator of all you behold and know Him as your own, heavenly Father.

    Journey of Life

    Witness a fantastic voyage through floods, fire and storms. A valiant struggle for survival against impossible odds. All performed by a perfectly ordinary, yet truly remarkable creation: the simple seed.

    But Journey of Life is more than a fascinating look at God's design for growing plants. It's also a wonderful picture of the most important voyage of all, the journey of the living seed of God's Word, taking root in human hearts. This highly acclaimed video urges us to examine God's plan for our lives. And to look beyond present struggles to the promise of eternal life.

    Mystery of the Three Clocks

    The human brain. The cicada or "seventeen-year locust." Chemicals reacting to one another. These three very different things have built-in "alarm clocks."

    Mystery of the Three Clocks presents a set of laboratory experiments based upon the mystery of these three "clocks," introduces the "will of man" and concludes that although man can make his own choice... he cannot control the result of that choice.

    Of Books and Sloths

    The sloth. Nature's champion sluggard. One of the most misunderstood animals in the world. As recent as a century ago the sloth was regarded as a "blunder of nature." To capture this story, the Moody Institute of Science did research in the laboratory and in the jungles of Panama.

    The message Of Books and Sloths points out the dependability and the accuracy of the Scriptures as compared with man's writings that must be constantly revised to correct inaccuracies.

    Prior Claim

    An unsuspecting insect is lured by a sweet scent. Suddenly the jaws of a carnivorous plant clamp shut. It's dinner time for the Venus Fly Trap. Long before man invented traps to capture his food, these carnivorous plants were putting them to work. In fact, many of man's most ingenious inventions have been borrowed from God's original designs in nature.

    In Prior Claim, you'll explore the world of the rap-door spider, the archer fish, the rattlesnake, and many other fascinating animals that reflect the inventive genius of God. And you'll see how the Creator has prior claim not only on ideas and inventions, but also on human lives.

    Professor and the Prophets

    Did the Bible prophets speak by divine authority or from imagination? What chance do human predictions have of coming true and how do fulfilled Bible prophecies compare?

    In Professor and the Prophets, Professor Peter W. Stoner applies the principles of mathematical probability to prophecies concerning Babylon, Jerusalem, Tyre and Petra and uncovers some amazing facts concerning the authorship of the Bible.

    Red River of Life

    Step inside the most complex factory ever designed. With thirty trillion cylinders. Powered by a pump that's far superior to the finest steel.

    In Red River of Life, you'll see what makes your blood, your lifeline, carry its precious cargo of oxygen to every corner of your body. And more importantly, you'll learn how the shed blood of Jesus Christ is the source of life in the Spirit.

    Signposts Aloft

    A tiny plane is lost in the clouds. The struggling pilot banks a turn to escape the dense cloud cover. His senses deceive him, telling him the plane has stopped turning. So he turns harder. But the nose drops. Speed picks up. And suddenly he's caught in a downward spiral, a graveyard spin.

    In Signposts Aloft, you'll find out how man's senses can be fooled in flight. You'll see experiments that dramatically illustrate the problems pilots and astronauts face. And you'll learn why man needs outside guidance from God, just as pilots need to place faith in their instrument panels.

    Time and Eternity

    Say, do you like mystery stories? The mystery is time. The haunted house is space. In this true story, the ghosts travel at the speed of light... and they come straight out of the past... your past.

    In Time and Eternity, you're going to explore the mystery of time in the laboratory. Using a super high-speed camera nicknamed a "time microscope" and a time-lapse camera, Dr. Irwin Moon teaches about time.

    The reality of eternity is seen as a scientific fact. An infinite God of time, space and eternity offers the solution to life's one absolute, the necessity of forgiveness.

    Ultimate Adventure

    Scorching sun, danger, and injury. Dick Ewing faced all of this and more when he became one of the first men to cross the vast expanse of the Sahara desert on a motorcycle and survive.

    In Ulitmate Adventure, Dick confronts a life and death struggle and a dramatic "encounter" with God.

    Voice of the Deep

    Have you ever heard a fish that croaks? Or shrimp that clac? How about porpoise that moo? The "silent deep" is not so silent after all. Take a trip beneath the sea to discover many strange facts about a little-known world.

    In Voice of the Deep, we see that a person needs not only new ears but a new life to fathom the mysteries of the spiritual realm.

    Where the Waters Run

    As a roaring river, it rushes over rapids and falls. It drops from the sky in delicate snowflakes, and pounds the ground in hailstones. It fills our ice trays and provides power for electricity.

    Water, or H2O, is the vital compound we need for life. Where the Waters Run takes a fresh look at this unique natural resource. You'll find out why ice floats when most frozen substances sink. And how water rises in the trunks of trees, working against the pull of gravity.

    You'll discover how water makes the difference between the desolate moon and the fertile earth. And how God's supply of Living Water is the difference between spiritual life and death.

    Windows of the Soul

    Can you always trust your five senses to tell the truth? Have you ever "seen" the odor of an onion? Or known why dogs come running to a "soundless" whistle? Windows of the Soul answers these questions and many more through unusual and entertaining experiments.