FishFlix.com: Living Waters ~ a TOS review

FishFlix.com is a company that provides such fantastic materials! We are thrilled to be able to review something from them once again. Creation science that is well done yet not overwhelming is so hard to find. FishFlix.com gives us several options and the one we reviewed, Living Waters: Intelligent Design in the Oceans of the Earth, is unbelieveable!

As I am working on this review, the girls are watching this DVD once again. They begged and got ready for bed in record time to be able to watch it this evening. They have just absorbed so much from this program.

FishFlix.com Review no 2FishFlix.com is a company whose motto is “Christian movies to inspire and entertain.” We have found that their materials do just that. With thousands of high-quality, Christian DVDs, this company is meeting a need for quality programming. They are family owned and operated and we have been so pleased with the materials we have been blessed to review for them. (You can see our previous review of Exploring Ephesus.)

The most beautiful thing we can experience is the mysterious. It is the source of all true science.

– Albert Einstein

This is the quote that Living Waters begins with. The mysterious of the ocean and its creatures is the focus of the DVD. Living Waters discusses the amazing design that has been put into the ocean’s animals by a master designer. Through interviews with scientists who have studied these animals for years and video of the animals in their natural habitat, we learn that there are some very specific functions that the animals have that evolution would not have been able to reach, some because of the sheer amount of time required and some because of the complexity of the design.

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It was very informative to listen to the scientists talk about the limitations of evolution and natural selection.  One of the discussions included information about the limitations of natural selection. Without a long term plan, there is no way that these systems that the animals have could ever have evolved. One of my favorite thoughts came from the scientist studying sea turtles. He said that he really liked being able to ask questions about intricately designed systems and then to pursue answers to those questions. It brought some new thoughts and ideas to me that I am interested pursue. Studying intelligent design in nature is a good way to learn more about God.computer animation

We quickly fell in love with the amazing cinematography found in this video. It shows the natural environment of the animals. The light, the movement, the environment that is captured in the video is stunning. I could watch it just for the cinematography.

There are also computer animations that teach us things we could never see outside of a dissection. Using computer animation, they are able to show the interior organs and functions of the muscles inside of a dolphin. They are able to show how each part works together simultaneously in order for the dolphins to use their sonar system. They show how the magnetism of the earth affects sea turtles and salmon. They show the sense of smell that salmon use to find their birth stream and the complexity of whales.

The girls and I have been thrilled with this video, though one is much more interested in sea creatures than the others. Here is what the girls have had to say about it.

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E: Amazing! I already knew a lot about turtles and salmon and dolphins…but I still learned a lot more. The pictures were interesting. They captured a lot of neat and interesting movement. Learning about the internal workings of all the animals was really cool and interesting. Whales are my favorite ocean creature. I really liked learning about whales.

L: I liked this. There were some really amazing pictures. It was educational.

J: I didn’t like it as much. There was too much talking. I liked the pictures. They were beautiful. I like ocean sea animals.

Over and over I have heard “This is my favorite part!” I don’t know how many favorite parts the girls can have but there are a lot of them. That signals pretty awesome learning to me. Check out Living Waters: Intelligent Design in the Oceans of the Earth and all the other options FishFlix.com has available.

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2 thoughts on “FishFlix.com: Living Waters ~ a TOS review

  1. Blue Ribbon Awards | At Home November 16, 2015 at 8:06 am Reply

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  2. […] FishFlix.com or find one of their other wonderful videos. We have reviewed Exploring Ephesus and Living Waters before. All three of these give me confidence in saying I think you will be pleased with what […]

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