If not, here's your opportunity to learn about and view (for FREE) this life changing movie and many other films and movies produced in conjunction with it.
Well, today's DIT will introduce you to a new Website and App.
Yes, as they say, "There's an app for that …"
And anyone in the world with a Smart Phone, Video Tablet, or an 'ordinary' computer or laptop such as you may be using now to read this DIT, will be able to access and view the "Jesus Film" and a zillion other things from the website and app.
What kinds of things?
Well -- for starters, the "Jesus Film" and more than 64,000 video clips in over 1,000 languages.
And you can share links to the "Jesus Film" and all the other movies, clips, and etc. with your friends by email, Twitter, Facebook, etc.
By the way, in case you are wondering -- that article about Bent Rock Layers that was the subject of yesterday's DIT, came from an awesome magazine.
What is this awesome magazine? you ask.
Well it is "ANSWERS" and is published 4 times a year by Answers In Genesis.
From time to time AIG posts articles from that magazine on their website.
And when they do, we usually hop upon it and post it on DIT so you can read the powerful information these articles provide.
But, you know what?
You really need to subscribe to this magazine because
there is a lot more in each issue that just never gets posted but which you will find very informative and which will help you understand things in a way you wish you had been taught when you were in school.
The article you read yesterday was from the most recent issue which covered the topic "Ten Best Evidences".
It just arrived in mailboxes about a week or so ago.
You realllllly need to consider subscribing to this magazine. To find out how, HERE'S THE LINK
One of my favorite things to observe while traveling is rock layers.
They are everywhere when you start to look for them.
Perhaps the best and most frequent place to see rock layers is in the road cuts on highways.
Layer upon layer of rocks can be seen and the amazing thing is that they are usually very flat and straight layers with no evidence of erosion between the layers.
No erosion -- that is very odd -- especially since we are told in school that each layer took thousands or millions of years to be deposited.
Hmmm. How is it that in my back yard, I see erosion all the time in the rocks and dirt and, even though I am 'old', I am not THAT old, but rock layers said to be millions of years old show almost no erosion?
Also, and even more stunning is the fact that the rock layers in the road cuts and elsewhere, including those in the Grand Canyon (pictured here) are often folded or bent but not broken.
Hmmm. Odd again since I have observed, and so have you, that when a rock is bent or folded it breaks.
So why is it that the rock layers that are everywhere around the world are usually without any evidence of erosion and are folded without breaking.
Yesterday you met Dr. Andrew Snelling, PhD in Geology, who explained to us about Carbon 14.
Today, let's read a very informative but brief article, written by him, that explains how this folding without breaking and layers without erosion happens. HERE'S THE LINK
Everyone knows about Google -- unless they have been in a Rip Van Winkle sleep for the past decade or so.
Indeed, the very word "Google" has become a verb and a new entrant into Dictionaries.
This is obviously a word you won't find in the old Webster's Dictionaries we mentioned in the DIT of Oct. 14, 2012.
But, even though everyone now knows about Google, and have added that word as a verb to their vocabularies, few have seen inside the buildings (yes, buildings, plural) where Google houses its computer power.
Guess what -- now we can.
Well, a very interesting article, replete with pictures, gives insight into this amazing service. HERE'S THE LINK