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1-310-815-0463 has produced three visually outstanding documentaries that are informed and informative, inspired and inspiring, superbly narrated and technically impressive. "The Search For The Real Mt. Sinai" (#6- 78570-030156) is narrated by John Rhys-Davies and is an exploration into the Arabian Desert to find what many scholars consider to be the real Mt. Sinai where Moses received the Ten Commandments. Viewers will see military installations, as the explorers use night vision goggles to avoid being detected by hostile forces as they discover significant artifacts sill remaining at the site of their discovery. The DVD format is perfect for weaving together a real life adventure hallmarked with historical research and never-before-seen documentary footage. "Life's Story: The One That Hasn't Been Told" is narrated by Nick Jackson and was filmed and researched over a five-year period in more than ten different countries. The beautifully photographed DVD explores such questions as the origin of instinct and intelligence, why species depend upon one another, and how much can animals change. With a total running time of 56 minutes, "Life's Story" is a welcome contribution to the discussion over intelligent design and the shortcomings of the theory of Darwinian evolution. Both of these superbly produced DVDs are recommended viewing for families, students, and church study groups.
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Title Annotation:Life's Story: The One that Hasn't Been Told; The Search for the Real Mt. Sinai
Author:Taylor, John
Publication:Reviewer's Bookwatch
Article Type:Audiovisual review
Date:Dec 1, 2005
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