Living Waters: Intelligent Design in the Oceans of the Earth DVD
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ILLUSTRA MEDIA Presents The Third Film in the DESIGN OF LIFE series LIVING WATERS:Intelligent Design in the Oceans of the Earth
Living Waters: Intelligent Design in the Oceans of the Earth is the third film in Illustra Media's series THE DESIGN OF LIFE. Each episode explores a different realm of the animal kingdom and the remarkable biological systems that make life on Earth possible. Photographed in North America, England, Peru, Greenland, and Antarctica.
Photographed throughout the Pacific, Caribbean, and Atlantic oceans, and the rivers of the Washington and Canada, LIVING WATERS explores the mysteries of Humpback whales, sea turtles, dolphins, and salmon from a perspective ignored by the BBC, National Geographic, and Discovery Channel. Instead of exalting a worldview based upon scientific materialism and undirected evolutionary processes, LIVING WATERS celebrates a timeless truth: every creature that swims, runs, flies, or crawls across our planet is the product—not of genetic accidents or blind chance—but of purpose, imagination, and design.
This unforgettable documentary weaves a magnificent tapestry of cinematography, computer animation, original music, cutting-edge science, fascinating stories, and much more. For, beyond its aesthetic brilliance, LIVING WATERS is an experience that will touch the hearts and minds of anyone who has ever has ever paused to marvel at the wonders of the living world…and then pondered how they all came to be.
Stunningly vivid cinematography captures the magnificent colors of the oceans depths as the documentary host describes the medley of creatures so uniquely designed by our Creator God. I was amazed to learn how humpback whales breathe and eat, how dolphins speak and salmon and sea turtles instinctively find their way.
Like "Flight" this is a documentary I will watch again and again. If I was a parent who home schooled my children I would have all of the Illusra Media videos in my school library. "Metamorphosis" is another great film.