The Genesis Conflict, by Walter Veith DVD Series. Professor Walter Veith, and Amazing Discovery, in association with Lux-Verbi

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The Genesis Conflict

Prof. Walter J. Veith

  1. The Genesis Conflict: Putting the Pieces Together - 6 DVDs

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The Genesis Conflict: 6 DVDs on the creation-evolution debate, with startlingly new revelations in favour of creation which is admitted by the most respected scientists, unwillingly of course!

PLUS a FREE PDF book: "Fifty Years in the Church of Rome," by Charles Chiniquy.
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Walter Vieth: ‘It’s a long story, but I was an evolutionist, and an atheist. I started to get interested in the subject of Biblical prophecy—for example, prophecies in the book of Daniel, chapter two. They were written long before the events portrayed there, and the kingdoms came in succession just as it says. And the Dead Sea Scrolls seemed to confirm the authenticity and antiquity of the Book of Daniel. So I started to get interested in the rest of Scripture, including Genesis.’

Dr Veith said that he had already been undergoing some ‘evolution’ himself—he started off as a classical Darwinian ‘gradualist’, believing that evolution happened by the slow accumulation of little changes. But because the fossil record does not show creatures gradually changing into others, he was drawn to the later idea that evolution must have happened ‘in spurts and bursts’. He noticed also that evolutionists were conceding that in the so-called Cambrian rocks, supposedly not long after the dawn of multi-celled life:

When Prof. Veith was asked whether such built-in mechanisms for rapid variation could be the remnants of mechanisms from the original kinds which, after the Flood, enabled populations such as the original ‘dog’ to rapidly diversify into wolves, coyotes, dingoes, etc? He replied:

‘Absolutely. A lot of the rearrangement can simply come about by playing different tunes on the same piano, as it were. There are organisms where there appears to have been a fusion of chromosomes, but basically the same information is there, just the order in which it is arranged is different, which has tremendous effects on the organisms themselves.’

So what happened after he became a believer in creation?

‘When I started lecturing to my students (about creation evidences) at my previous university, it caused havoc, and I had to leave because of it.’

Dr Veith is convinced about the evidence for a young world, and a global Flood. He says:

‘I gave a lecture at the University of Cape Town once, and presented the evidence from my slides that the famous Yellowstone petrified “forests” were not a succession of separate forests over vast ages, but were the result of a catastrophic event. 

‘The geologists were so furious they exploded and called me a liar, that such research had never been done. Knowing where it had been published, I asked them, “What journal would you like it to be published in?” They said, “If it was in something like The Journal of Paleontology it would have been acceptable.” I said, “That’s exactly where it is, and you’ll have a copy on your desk.”  So I sent them a copy, with the article by a creationist scientist. And the next day they came back and said, “But it says nothing about a world-wide Flood.” I said, “Exactly. If it said it was a world Flood, nobody would ever publish it. But it’s clear that these logs were deposited by massive catastrophism.”’

Professor Walter Veith obtained his doctorate in zoology from the University of Cape Town in 1979. He is currently professor in the zoology department of the University of the Western Cape, South Africa. Professor Veith's research field is nutritional physiology and his research concentrates on the affect of modern animal husbandry on the incidence of disease transferral to man. This highly controversial topic is of vital significance in view of the increase in epidemics and diseases such as Mad Cows Disease. His research concentrates on degenerative diseases caused by incorrect nutrition and particularly diseases such as osteoporosis, arthritis and cancer. But he is also concerned about the impact of the use of antibiotics in producing a new breed of antibiotic-resistant bacteria which are causing food poisoning epidemics around the world. Professor Veith and his team have presented numerous lectures on the topic. Their research has been presented at international conferences on nutrition and disease, and their findings have proved that diet impacts directly on numerous degenerative diseases. Professor Veith is one of only 5 scientists in South Africa honoured with the Royal Society London Grant for (RDP) the Reconstruction and Development Program to establish a research climate in post-apartheid South Africa. Professor Veith has written a number of books on the above topics, and is a world-renowned speaker and scientist.His book, Diet and Health (containing the latest insights and includes his own research) is published by the prestigious scientific publisher: Stuttgart Scientific Publishers (Stuttgart Wissenschaftlicher Verlag), which publishes books for the medical profession and the pharmaceutical industry and is available on the world-wide market.


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