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Soul (VHS)

by Advent Videos

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Exploring the greatest of all mysteries, these three programs bridge the gulf between modern science and faith, asserting that the price of knowledge is not spiritual emptiness. SOUL shows how progress leads many scientists to see the hand of God in the cosmos.

VHS.1 Soul of the Universe -- New theories questioning the traditional scientific view that life was created by the "Big Bang" are presented along with evidence that the processes which brought forth conscious human beings were too miraculous to be accidental.
VHS.2 The Evolving Soul -- While science can tell us which living things are composed of which elements, this segment focuses on the classic human riddles: Where does creativity come from? Why do we have a sense of self? What is the source of life?
VHS.3 The Silicon Soul -- Though some scientists assert that the mind can be understood and someday even copied by computers, knowledge regarding human consciousness beyond computation is remarkably primitive. This segment focuses on our more enigmatic senses of self and personhood.
Running time: 50 min. ea.3 videos, (HS - Adult)
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