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Take a trek to Northern Arizona to find out how the 40 layers of the Grand Canyon were laid down by the Global Flood then carved the canyons quickly, all through catastrophic processes. Noah Justice compares other geologic processes found around the world which show additional evidences of quick, geologic catastrophe, confirming the historical accuracy of the Bible.
In this 30-minute segment, you and your student will learn how:
- The Grand Canyon was cut in just days, not millions of years
- Its massive layers show evidence of being laid down in less than a year
- The Biblical record can be trusted as Earth’s history book
This series is produced by Kyle Justice, whose work has appeared on such networks as National Geographic, ESPN, and the Outdoor Channel, along with his creative homeschool-family team. Teen host Noah Justice serves as your guide to truth on the ground at national parks and other geologic locations, bringing you an educational and entertaining adventure!
|Title||Explore the Grand Canyon with Noah Justice|
|Subtitle||Awesome Science Episode 1|
|Duration (in Minutes)||30|
|Publisher||New Leaf Publishing Group, Inc.|
|Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price||$14.99|
|Dimensions (in inches)||5 x 7 x 1/2|
An excellent learning experience Review by Danika Cooley
What did you think of this book?
Our family loves (loves, loves) exploring God’s beautiful creation and we’ve been to many of these sites in the western United States, which makes learning about the science behind the amazing nature all the more special for us.
I’ve reviewed each of the ten Awesome Science DVDs independently with purchase links below each one.
About the Videos
I love the emphasis of this series on viewing scientific data through the lens of biblical history, and upon the gospel message in each video. Noah Justice discusses the scientific data for each area, explaining how secular scientists interpret the evidence. He then explains the way Creation scientists interpret data through the lens of biblical history before comparing the evidence for each viewpoint. Noah Justice also talks about how the catastrophic, global Flood of Noah explains the geology and other science (including chemistry and microbiology) of each area. At the end of each video, he explains that God once judged the earth through the global flood. Jesus will return, and God will judge the earth again, this time by fire (2 Peter). He explains the gospel and the need to repent and follow Christ.
Noah Justice is ages 14-17 in the ten videos so far (twelve videos by the time you read this!), and he does a wonderful job of presenting some tough scientific concepts in the course of just 30 minutes for each video. The first six videos have a coordinating study guide with vocabulary, worksheets, and additional written information to go with the video. With the depth of information involved, I’d suggest a copy for each student! This series–with the study guides–is an excellent choice for science over the course of a year for grades 4-9 or so.
The Awesome Science series is produced by Noah’s father, Kyle Justice, whose work has appeared on such networks as National Geographic, ESPN, and the Outdoor Channel, along with his creative homeschool-family team.
Check out the fabulous Awesome Science with Noah Justice series! #CreationScience ~ Learn about the science of the Grand Canyon!
Explore the Grand Canyon (Episode 1)
Did you know the Grand Canyon can be seen from the moon? In this 30 minute episode, Noah Justice takes kids through the Grand Canyon, explaining why we can be confident that the Grand Canyon took days, rather than millions of years, to form. He starts by talking about the history of the Canyon–Native Americans and explorers who lived and visited there. He then explains what secular scientists say about the formation of the Canyon, and defines secular humanism, and evolutionary geology.
Noah Justice explains how catastrophies (like the global flood of Noah) can explain the formation of geological sites we may otherwise be tempted to explain with conjecture and unobserved theories. He explains the issues with those theories that make them unlikely, if not impossible scientifically.
Noah Justice tells the story of Noah’s flood, and explains how viewing science through the history of the Bible explains the scientific evidence perfectly. The information is detailed, with tons of great shots, diagrams, and illustrations. Your students will come away from this video with a great preliminary understanding of geology and fossils. The film delves into apologetics as well, explaining why secular scientists are unwilling to consider the possibility of a global flood.
I want to thank Master Books for providing me with the Awesome Science with Noah Justice DVD set in return for my honest opinion.
(Posted on 1/12/2016)
Exploring the Grand Canyon Review by Heather
What did you think of this book?
Let me introduce you to 14-year-old Noah Justice. Noah is the host of this new video series called Awesome Science. He's going to take you on field trips to some incredible places like the Grand Canyon and Yellowstone. These field trips will be presented from a Biblical (creation) worldview. Noah will be comparing the traditional evolution viewpoint found at most of these locations to the Biblical account of what happened.
Having been to the Grand Canyon a couple of times since moving to Az, we were interested in watching Exploring the Grand Canyon with Noah Justice. Noah is quite entertaining in his presentation of the two different views of the Grand Canyon. The video itself is a good quality production which isn't surprising once we learned that the producer (Noah's Dad, Kyle Justice) has had his work featured on networks such as National Geographic and the Outdoor Channel. Being that the Justices are a homeschool family, it's no shock that the whole family is involved in these productions. It's fun to see a quality nature/science video presented by a kid to kids. Even though it's done in a kid-friendly format, people of all ages will enjoy the video.
In this 30-minute video, Noah talks about how:
*the evidence points toward the Grand Canyon being formed in days, not millions of years
*the Grand Canyons layers show evidence of being laid down in less than a year, not millions of years
*the Biblical record can be trusted as a historical account of the earth.
Each video has an available study guide which includes review exercises for the various segments within the video. The study guides help viewers get the most out of the videos. Bonus activities are provided to allow the viewer to dig deeper into the topics being covered.
When watching the video, you'll want to make sure you check out the bloopers as they are rather amusing. My daughter says it proves that Noah is just a regular kid.
Disclosure: I received a copy of the dvd and study guide to help facilitate the writing of a frank and honest review. A positive review is not guaranteed, and all opinions are my own. (Posted on 10/20/2015)