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Awesome Science

a community for those using the Awesome Science DVD's hosted by Noah Justice.

Website: http://nlpg.com/awesomescience
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Awesome Science is a high quality DVD series produced by a family that homeschools and works on the series together. Kyle Justice, Noah Justice’s dad, has produced video which has appeared on networks including National Geographic, ESPN, and the Outdoor Channel. Noah is the field guide and host for all 13 episodes which explore the globe to discover evidence of the accuracy of the Bible. The first three are released March 2012 and include Explore the Grand Canyon, Explore Yellowstone, and Explore Meteor Crater and Petrified Forest. Each episode offers a study guide which is sold separately. The series can be used in any Christian education setting including churches, schools, and homes.

Explore the Grand Canyon with Noah Justice - Episode 1

In this 30-minute segment, you and your student will learn how:

  • The Grand Canyon was cut in just days, not millions of years
  • Its massive layers show evidence of being laid down in less than a year
  • The Biblical record can be trusted as Earth’s history book

 

Explore Yellowstone with Noah Justice - Episode 2

Join 14-year-old host Noah Justice as he explores Yellowstone, America’s first national park. In this second episode of the Awesome Science DVD series, Noah’s adventure educates children, teens, and adults about how earth science actually supports the Biblical record.

In this 30-minute segment, you and your student will learn how:

  • The Geologic Column is best explained by the Global Flood
  • Super volcanoes were used to shape the Earth after the Flood.
  • The petrified forests in Yellowstone were formed in just a few years.

 

Explore Meteor Crater and Petrified Forest with Noah Justice - Episode 3

Noah Justice explores the fascinating Meteor Crater and Petrified Forest in Arizona. In this third episode of the Awesome Science DVD series, Noah unveils amazing evidence that confirms the biblical record of Genesis. In this 30-minute segment, viewers learn how a large meteor was not what killed off the dinosaurs, and that millions of acres of petrified forests were created during the Flood.

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Comment by Jennifer O. White on February 20, 2012 at 5:32pm

Welcome to the group friends! I'm hoping to involve students in this group. Each study guide that goes with the DVD will have an ad on the back page inviting people to join. I've attached the ad. Awesome Science Study Guide Ad.jpg

Comment by kelli -HomeschoolingAdventureZ on March 6, 2012 at 1:57am

I've just requested these dvd's looking forward to digging in and sharing them with our 3 boys! 

Comment by Isabelle Lussier on March 13, 2012 at 11:59am

Just received the DVDs this morning.   Yeah!  Looking forward to discover this new series and write about it!

Comment by Heather L. on March 13, 2012 at 12:10pm

Our dvds arrived last night. Can't wait to watch at least one today!

Comment by Jennifer O. White on March 13, 2012 at 2:26pm

Looking forward to what you all think of the DVDs!

Comment by Jennifer O. White on March 13, 2012 at 2:52pm

You can subscribe to the Awesome Science Youtube Channel here is you'd like: http://www.youtube.com/awesomesciencetv

Comment by Heather L. on March 14, 2012 at 7:53pm

We totally enjoyed these videos and look forward to seeing more in the series. The fact that they were quality videos presented by a kid was a big hit with my daughter.

Comment by Edie Carter on March 14, 2012 at 8:07pm

Our DVDs have arrived! We are on Spring Break this week but we are all excited to dig into them next week!

Comment by Renee K. on March 15, 2012 at 5:55am

I am getting even more excited-thanks to you guys! I can't wait to get ours.

Comment by Debra Brinkman on March 22, 2012 at 7:36pm

I confess that I was not excited about watching yet another something on the Grand Canyon... I knew my kids would like it, but I just didn't want to sit through it.

Wow, was I wrong.

And here is my review

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