NOTE: All video links point to the same page (scroll down past their Promo Video to the desired video lesson).

January 12: Video Lesson 1 “Why Creation?”
  • How do you think a belief in evolution affects a person’s view of the Bible?
  • In your opinion, why do many people today believe in evolution?
  • According to the video, how different are creation and evolution? Do you think they are compatible with each other? Could both be true? 
  • According to the Bible, why does death exist?
  • How will someone live if they truly believe they are only molecules that came about by random chance?

January 19: Video Lesson 2a “Radiometric Dating”
  • What is the importance of radiometric dating to evolutionary theory?
  • When it comes to radiometric dating, the presumed age is not an observation of the findings, but _______________ of the findings.
  • What are some of the untested questions involved with radiometric dating?
  • What are some examples proving that radiometric dating is not reliable?
  • Who was there to verify the assumptions required by radiometric dating?​
January 26: Video Lesson 2b “Uniformitarianism”
  • What is uniformitarianism?
  • What does uniformitarianism fail to take into account?
  • Uniformitarianism asserts that rock layers take lots of time to form. What about Mount St. Helens?
  • Uniformitarianism states the rock layers of the Grand Canyon were laid down over millions of years. What is the problem with this?
  • How does a closed fossilized clam shell contradict uniformitarianism?
  • Since fossils require rapid burial, how does their existence contradict uniformitarianism?
  • What are some other examples proving rapid fossilization?
  • What does 2Pe 3:3-6 suggest about uniformitarian thinking? 

February 2: Video Lessons 3a “Human Evolution” and 3b “Vestigial Structures”
  • How well to modern textbooks agree as to when Australopithecus lived?
  • When over 200 modern Aborigine skulls were studied for their shape in comparison to homo-erectus, what was the result?
  • The creationist viewpoint regarding homo-erectus is that he wasn’t becoming human. Instead, what is the viewpoint?
  • What are some parts of the human body that some consider useless?
  • How does 1Co 15:39 differ from the idea that humans evolved from an ape-like ancestor? What does this verse mean for Christians who say God used evolution to create?
  • How does Psalm 139:13-14 contrast with the idea that random evolution changed an ape-like creature into you?
  • How does it affect a person to believe they are the result of random chance? How would someone’s life change if they went from believing this to believing they were fearfully and wonderfully made by God, with ultimate purpose?
  • Some Christians try to combine evolution with the Bible. But if humans evolved from ape-like creatures, what does that do to the account of Adam and Eve?
  • Even when presented with facts to show the fossils do not fit the transition from ape-men to people, many will still hold to the evolutionary story. Why is that?
  • The Bible says we are made in God’s image. Can the evolutionary story fit with that idea? 

February 9: Video Lessons 4a "Adaptation" and 4b "Natural Selection"
  • Thank you for leading tonight, Charles!!

February 16: Video Lessons 5a "Branching" and 5b "Homologous Structures" 
  • What is the difference between Carl Linnaeus’ classification of animals (still used today), and evolutionary classification?
  • The video states that instead of supporting an evolutionary tree, evidence seems to display more of an orchard. Explain this comparison.
  • What kind of change do we observe in nature, and how does it compare to evolution?
  • How is it that within the dog species, there can be so much variation? Where did this potential come from? Is it limited? How?
  • Explain the level of harmony between fossils, animal classifications, and the Bible.
  • What is meant by the term Homological Structure?
  • Because certain organisms have similar structures, this proves they evolved from a common ancestor. Is this logical? Why?
  • Evolution asserts that the eye evolved not once, but twice—in two unrelated organisms. What is the evolutionary term for this?
  • What must evolution account for regarding flight among birds, insects, mammals, and reptiles?
  • What is the difference between a homological structure and a convergent structure?
  • According to evolution, how do we know which structures are homologous and which are convergent?
  • How are homologous structures made to support the theory of evolution?
  • According to evolution, similar structures point to random coincidences and circular reasoning. What do they point to according to the Bible? 

February 23: Video 6a (Fossils)
  • Evolution predicts that the very bottom of the geologic column will contain fossils that display ancestral forms. What is the problem with this?
  • Evolution asserts that organisms evolved from one species to another, and that this fact is affirmed by the fossil record. What is the problem with this?
  • Darwin’s evolutionary tree proposes that life started with a simple organisms, and then branched out to more complex organisms. What is the problem with this?
  • Fossil graveyards contain complete varieties of types of animals all buried together. Which model best explains this?
  • Many fossils show that animals were buried rapidly. Which model best explains this?
  • Since ninety five percent of fossils are marine animals, why is their location significant?
  • The size of a fossil bed can indicate something about its formation. Which model best explains the sizes we see?