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The Great Ice Age: Evidence from the Flood for its Quick Formation and Melting

The Great Ice Age
The Great Ice Age
Item# VID-great_iceage


Featuring Michael Oard
Format: DVD
Length: 97 Minutes
Bonus Features: Behind the Scenes, Previews
Age: 16+
Retail Price: 19.99

Part of the Flood Geology Series.

A documentary filmed in Wyoming, Montana, and Oregon exploring how the global Flood changed weather patterns to develop the one Ice Age rapidly, then how it melted catastrophically.

Since the 1700’s we’ve been told that the there have been many ice ages over millions of years, but now meteorologist Michael Oard shares evidence the main-line scientific community won’t tell you. He shares compelling evidence for only one Ice Age not long after the end of the global Flood as recorded in the Bible. He’ll show how the Flood produced the right conditions to develop the Ice Age in 500-700 years, then how a catastrophic melt off transpired in only 50-70 years. He also shares why only one Ice Age explains many associated mysteries such as the extension of the woolly mammoth and other mammals, massive permanent climate change, and the spread of man and animals after the Flood. He shows how the Biblical record makes much more sense of what we find the in the geologic record.

Evolutionists have scores of theories regarding the world's glaciers. Their many ideas and multiple ice ages all presume that the ice and snow, which covered about a third of the earth, came and went over long periods of time—millions of years. But these uniformitarian ideas, and their total lack of a credible explanation for what started the presumed ice ages, have greatly inhibited scientists’ability to cohesively explain this amazing period in earth’s past. Creationists, on the other hand, have all the evidence on their side! Geology and archaeological findings confirm the biblical record. With the worldwide Flood of Noah’s day as the event that led to a single, rapid Ice Age, huge questions of past and present climatic changes are explained! Meteorologist Michael Oard hosts this beautifully produced 3-part documentary, filmed on-location across the USA.

This 3-part DVD includes:
Part 1 - Introduction to the Ice Age and the Associated Mysteries (35 min.)
Part 2 - Evidence for the Flood producing one Ice Age (31 min.)
Part 3 - How one Ice Age explains the associated mysteries (34 min.)

Topics Include:
• Ice Age History
• Evidence of the Ice Age
• The Associated Mysteries
• Evidence for only One Ice Age
• Requirements for an Ice Age
• How the Flood Fulfills those Requirements
• Evidence for Catastrophic Melting
• The Little Ice Age
• Disharmonious Associations
• Wet Deserts
• Migration of Animals & Man
• Extinction of the Mammoths

About the Author
Michael J. Oard is a creation scientist with a specialization in Atmospheric Science. He is a prolific author who has published numerous books and papers in widely recognized creationist and secular journals. He worked for close to 30 years as a meteorologist/weather forecaster with the (US) National Weather Service, and now dedicates much of his time to creation science research. Mike's research interested have focused primarily on topics such as evidence for Noah's flood, the Ice Age, and the mass extinction of the Woolly Mammoths. He speaks regularly at creation conferences and other venues and has served on the board of directors of the Creation Research Society since 2001.


Flood Geology Series: Mount St. Helens & The Great Ice Age DVD Combo Pack
Biblical Catastrophism
Catastrophism is the theory that massive catastrophes occurred in earth's past, substantially altering the Earth and its life via mountain uplift, rapid deposition, and mass extinctions. According to creation scientists, such an event did occur according to the Biblical account of the Global Flood in the time of Noah.

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