Great Missoula Flood is a long-form documentary filmed in Montana, Washington, and Oregon exploring how the largest regional flood at the end of the Ice Age gives us a small-scale example of the impact of the Genesis Flood.
In the 1920s, J. Harland Bretz, a secular geologist, proposed a massive flood across eastern Washington. He was rejected by his colleagues because the flood seemed too "biblical." He was shunned—for forty years—until satellite images proved him right. Scientist Michael Oard explores the Missoula Flood, demonstrating how the geologic features are a small-scale example of the Genesis Flood. He will take you on a tour of the ancient shorelines, lake sediments, glacial moraines, over-deepened lakes, gravel bars, channeled scablands, coulees, giant dry falls, silt hills, giant ripple marks, catastrophically cut basalt canyons, sediment rhythmites, and glacial erratics. He'll present strong evidence there was only one Missoula Flood, caused by the single Ice Age, after the Global Flood, all happening just a few thousand years ago. Mr. Oard will then apply the effects of the Missoula Flood to how the Global Flood impacted our earth.
This DVD is produced by Emmy-nominated director Kyle Justice. His work has appeared on such networks as National Geographic, ESPN, The Outdoor Channel, The Family Channel, and Fox Sports. Kyle started Awesome Science Media in 2010, and has been producing creation science videos since 1996.
Bonus features include: behind-the-scenes, interviews, and previews.
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