The entire Creator Series is now available in this one, self-contained CD-ROM (compatible with both Windows and Macintosh operating systems). This CD-ROM includes all of these great studies:
The Creator Beyond Time and Space: What are the implications of the current upheavals in traditional cosmology, astronomy, and physics? What is the significance of the recent discovery that the Universe is finite? As scientists begin to understand the interactions of basic forces, they discover an unending series of incredible interdependencies, delicately balanced.
The Bible: An Extraterrestrial Message: In the 20th century we have witnessed one of the most remarkable discoveries in recorded history: the universe is finite. The implications of this discovery are indeed staggering. Because a transcendent Creator possesses the sufficient means to act in our space-time domain,
Immanuel: The Deity of Messiah: Was there really a visitor to our Planet Earth from outside time and space? Why do we believe that Jesus was the Messiah? Chuck Missler and Dr. Mark Eastman explore the historical evidence, claims, attributes, and authentication of the Messiah.
The Divine Watchmaker: What does molecular biology, the information sciences, and the design of advanced machines tell us about our origins? Why is "Evolution" the biggest hoax of the century? Review the Neo-Darwinian concepts and how modern discoveries have rendered them obsolete. Bishop William Paley, 1818: The watch, with its gears, springs, and other mechanisms, could never arise by the actions of random chance alone. CD-ROM includes the following: Over 12 hours of audio teaching through The Creator Series as MP3 files. Extensive searchable study notes as PDF files. A special message from Chuck Missler. Listings of other MP3 resources. Minimum System Requirements: Windows 98, Pentium 200 MHz, 32 Megabytes of RAM, CD-ROM drive or Mac OS 7.6.1, Power Macintosh with a 604 processor. G3 recommended. CD-ROM drive, Sound Jam and Quicktime 4.1 or higher. A NOTE ABOUT MP3 FORMAT: Please be advised that mp3s are designed to play on home computers or portable mp3 players that utilize the mp3 format. Therefore, if you would like to listen to mp3s on your home computer you will need a media player (such as the Windows Media Player or the Real Audio Player for Windows or the Quicktime 4 player for Mac) that will play mp3s. Furthermore, you will need one of the aforementioned players on your home computer to transfer mp3s to portable players such as the Rio or IPod. Please note: Mp3s will not play on traditional CD players or Walkmans.