The Voyage That Shook the World (Notice for the Chapel and other interested parties)


The Voyage That Shook the World The Voyage That Shook the World

Darwin had a ridiculous beard but a brilliant mind. Was he right? Was he wrong? Come join us on the 28th November between 4 and 5 pm to watch a fascinating documentary on The Voyage That Shook the World. Click any image to link to the source.

The greatest story ever told kicks off with the line,

1 In the beginning God created the heavens and the earth…

Want to hear the verse in context? Genesis 1 – 7
What is this about?

About 7,000 years later (no guesses for where I stand) Charles Darwin published On the Origin of Species. His Theory of Evolution profoundly rocked the way that the human world perceives its place in the universe. Now, 150 years later, with the benefit of hindsight and scientific insight, a one-hour HD documentary, The Voyage That Shook the World, traces Darwin’s journey to the Galápagos Islands and investigates some of the ramifications and foundations that his works rests on.

So, if you’re a member, a regular visitor or just interested to find out what Darwin actually said and where we stand as a church on evolution, creation and everything in between please come and join us on Saturday, 28th November between 4 and 5 pm.

The Voyage That Shook the World The Voyage That Shook the World
The Voyage That Shook the World The Voyage That Shook the World

The spender and beauty of the Galápagos Islands is brought to life in High Definition in this one-hour documentary billed by Dr Ted Baehr from movieguide.org as “Fascinating and profound insights… one of the best produced documentaries ever made.” Click any image to link to the source.

The documentary will be shown at Midrand Chapel, 151 Pitzer Road, Glen Austin, 1685 on Saturday, 28th November between 4 and 5 pm. Wanna find it:

Watched the movie yet? What did you think? Want more information? Go and check out http://thevoyage.tv/trailer.aspx.

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15 thoughts on “The Voyage That Shook the World (Notice for the Chapel and other interested parties)

  1. Hi Mark,

    Wikipedia has some interesting info on the controversies surrounding this movie – i.e. ‘experts’ misrepresented, and experts mis-quoted. Also, what does telling stories as a child have to do with the legitimacy of a scientific theory?

    Take care,

    Matt

  2. I have seen this already. I thought it was interesting how Darwin didn’t immediately come up with his evolutionary theory on his voyage on the Beagle.
    I do wish they did get more in depth with scientific things. So many evolutionists say there is so much “overwhelming evidence” of Darwinism that they think creation is totally out of the question. What can be done to prove them wrong? The universe, our bodies, our ecosystems are done so precise, how can they be from a cosmic accident?

  3. Brother Mark

    Yes, Seven of God’s days, it’s in the bible as such, hahaha! Thank Goodness A Day to Yahweh can be as a thousand years else much empirical science is baseless. Do you thinks It’s based on man’s SOLAR days? I’m getting naughty and must stop now!!!

    Blessings
    MH

  4. I’m reminded of the Golux in James Thurber’s The thirteen clocks, who had an indescribable had [editor: I think this should be hat?] and a dark descibable beard.

    • mmm, note to self: don’t tease people with beards online. You never know who’s peering over your proverbial shoulder.

      Steve: Are you in Johannesburg and available between 4 – 5 this Saturday? It’d be good to meet you.

      • I’ll be in Johannesburg on Saturday at 6:30, for Vespers at St Nicholas Church in Brixton, after which I’ll be leading a Bible study on angels.

        If you’re free then you’re welcome to join us and we can meet.

        And yes, it should have been “hat”.

      • I can be in Johannesburg at 4:00 if I leave in 10 minutes. How can I contact you? Phone me at 083-342-3563. Otherwise you could meet me at St Nicholas at 6:30 pm as in other message – 156 Fulham Road, Brixton.

    • Brother Steve

      I can only assume you random statement is intended to illustrate the value of our conversation here. That these things are of low value in the big scheme. I am presently coming to terms with the concept that everything matters. What says you?

      Blessings
      MH

  5. Brother Stevo

    Kewl. I would not choose such a word to describe a beard. Lack-beards, hahaha!

    Perhaps the word was chosen to position the article.

    “Unique”

    Blessings
    MH

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