The Human Design Video Trilogy
In The Human Design Video Trilogy you’ll learn that our bodies are perfectly crafted and each part is designed to serve a specific purpose.
The Human Body: Poorly Designed or Perfectly Crafted?
Are our bodies perfectly designed? Are some of our biological systems designed with flaws? Are the knee, the retina, or the pharynx poorly designed? Get answers in The Human Body DVD. Some would point to these features as evidence for evolution, but a careful examination might actually indicate just the opposite. Dr. Bergman holds 9 degrees, including a Ph.D. from Wayne State University. With over 1,000 publications to his name, including over 20 books, his work has been translated into 13 languages.
“[Cells in the retina] serve as light tubes. So literally like a light tube it picks up light and carries it through the system.” – Dr. Jerry Bergman –
“The knee works really, really well considering the abuse it goes through. It is the most complex joint in the body.” – Dr. Jerry Bergman –
The Incredible Human Ear – A Masterpiece of God
Does the ear show design? Just as a symphony orchestra, each part of the ear is needed for it to function correctly. The Book of Proverbs says that God made the hearing ear and the seeing eye. So, what about the ear? All we see when we look at our ear is a bit of cartilage and muscle covered by skin. However, what looks simple on the surface, is actually very specifically designed! Professor Andy McIntosh has a P.h.D. in combustion theory from the Cranfield Institute of Technology. Professor McIntosh also has a Doctorate of Science from the University of Wales, and has taught as a Professor at the University of Leeds in the United Kingdom.
Vestigial Organs: From 100 to None
Are our bodies a mix & match of old parts that are leftovers from evolution or does science point to complex and special design? You’ve heard that the tonsils, appendix, tailbone and more are vestigial remnants…Is that even remotely true? What has modern scientific study shown us about these supposed “evolutionary leftovers”?
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