How Evolutionized Are You?
Remember that queasy feeling back in school when the teacher announced a pop quiz? Especially when you were unprepared? There’s nothing quite like being “put on the spot.”
Daily life is sometimes like that too. We might get “pop-quizzed” when someone challenges our faith. What do we believe about a certain issue? Why do we believe what we believe? The Bible exhorts us to be ready to give an answer for the hope that is in us. That doesn’t mean we know the answer to every question, of course, but it sure helps if we’re prepared.
When it comes to information about “origins”, we’re surrounded by evolutionary thinking. It’s taught as indisputable fact in our schools, colleges, museums, TV programs, etc. If we’re not diligent in studying God’s Word, or careful in what we watch, study, or listen to, we can be influenced to believe things that are not true.
This DVD is completely unique, and will help expose some of these hidden biases. It’s a 30-question, multiple-choice, interactive quiz that will test your general knowledge of creation, evolution, the Bible, dinosaurs, the flood, and related issues. It’s designed to be a fun activity that can be enjoyed as a group (Sunday school class, home-school group, youth group, family), or even individually.
Here’s how it works: A brief introduction explains the concept and how to take the quiz. Each question appears on the screen as it is read, along with the possible answers. The DVD then waits for you to make a selection. When the group has decided on the best answer, move the cursor with your remote to that answer and press “ENTER”. A brief video will then explain why that answer is right or wrong. If correct, you automatically move on to the next question. If not, try again! There is no “score” kept unless you keep your own.
Remember that this is a quiz, not a seminar – the clips are very short. It is intended to help jump-start your desire to pursue biblical knowledge and truth through your own research, and to make you aware of the errors that can creep into our thinking.