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106 - Creation to Restoration
Added: 4th November 2008
Views: 91969
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In this lecture, the transition from a perfect to a non-perfect world, the origin of death and carnivory, and the biochemical and morphological changes in animals are discussed in depth. Darwin considered parasites and carnivory as evidence for evolution. In this video, the plausibility of an...

106ET - Loomisest taastamiseni
Added: 2nd February 2012
Views: 1881
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Loengus käsitletakse sügavuti täiusliku maailma muutumist mittetäiuslikuks, surma ja liha söömise pärituolu, samuti biokeemilisi ja morfoloogilisi muutusi loomades. Darwin pidas parasiite ja liha söömist tõendiks evolutsioonist. Käesolevas videos arutletakse vastupidise stsenaariumi...

106FR - De la Création à la restauration
Added: 18th November 2013
Views: 4122
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Charles Darwin était au départ croyant, mais lorsqu´il observa dans le monde animal la cruauté et la mort, il en vint à la conclusion que derrière le monde naturelle tel qu´il le voyait il ne pouvait y avoir un créateur aimant. Mais si l´on considère d’un côté que la Bible décrit...

106HR
Added: 26th April 2012
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In this lecture, the transition from a perfect to a non-perfect world, the origin of death and carnivory, and the biochemical and morphological changes in animals are discussed in depth. Darwin considered parasites and carnivory as evidence for evolution. In this video, the plausibility of an...

106JP - 創造から回復へ、
Added: 30th May 2018
Views: 608
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この講義では、完全な世界から不完全な世界への変化、死と肉食の始まり、また、動物の生化学と形態的な変化などが深く討議されてる。ダーウィンは、寄生虫と肉食は進化論の証拠であると考えた。このビデオでは、完...

106RU - Creation to Restoration
Added: 13th March 2012
Views: 3323
Comments: 1

In this lecture, the transition from a perfect to a non-perfect world, the origin of death and carnivory, and the biochemical and morphological changes in animals are discussed in depth. Darwin considered parasites and carnivory as evidence for evolution. In this video, the plausibility of an...

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