The Heavens Declare: Part 7 (The Law of Gravity)
This week’s review is for the program, “The Heavens Declare: Part 7, The Law of Gravity,” which is created, hosted and produced by Kyle Justice from Awesome Science Media. Featured Experts: Dr. Danny Faulkner, Dr. Jason Lisle, Dr. Russ Humphreys, Dr. Don DeYoung and Spike Psarris
The experts explore gravity, showcasing how it holds the universe together, how black and white holes operate, how gravity influences time, and how the laws of gravity point back to a Creator.
How would you explain what gravity is? I thought I could explain it, until I watched Part 7 and realized that I was describing what gravity does, not what it is. This episode leaves us plenty to think about, be thankful for and hope for the time when we have an eternity to ask questions and explore exactly what gravity is.
I had never heard of white holes. Now I have! The experts fill this episode with fascinating details and theories that go beyond the average person’s understanding of the universe, yet it is explained in such a while that you want to know more. Each time I watch an episode of The Heavens Declare, I admire the men of God, who give glory to their Creator and are so thankful to have been given the opportunity to study God’s work at a deeper level.
Each episode of The Heavens Declare is a worship service. I really enjoy watching them. Part 7, The Law of Gravity, yet again shows what a powerful Creator we have, that has thoughts and ways that are way above and beyond ours. Yet, God brings us near, by showing us His mighty works, which brings us to His Word to know more about Him, through His Son, Jesus Christ.
Part 7, The Law of Gravity, shows how Science truly is the study of God’s work.
I watched, The Heavens Declare, Part 7, on the Christian Movies channel on YouTube.
Thank you for reading this review. Until next time - peace be with you.
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