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  • The “Refracted Glory” DVD begins shipping today! It’s been an exciting week leading up to the DVD release, with a huge response at the premiere screening last Tuesday. Thank you all for your support of “Refracted Glory.” Please help us spread the word about this film, which we believe to present an important message.

     James Gardner, who appears in the film, said; “I have been looking forward to previewing this production for a long time. And I am happy to say that I am not disappointed. I am particularly pleased how you ended the film with a clear presentation of the Gospel. I think you did a very good job putting this together. And the video editing is impressive.”

    The host, David Rives said; “I was asked by Benjamin Owen to host a feature length documentary on Hummingbirds. As I began to do some preliminary research for the project, I realized that there has never been a documentary made about hummingbirds from a “design” perspective. These incredible creatures are so tiny, yet their capabilities are truly marvelous in every way! The films in the past that have aired on PBS and nature channels have been consistently from an evolutionary perspective, assuming that hummingbirds arose by means of natural selection over millions upon millions of years. This film “Refracted Glory” is not only inspirational and educational, but NOTHING LIKE IT HAS EVER BEEN PRODUCED…. Until now! Join me on this journey of discovery by ordering your copy today. With expert interviews, an original film score, animations, slow-motion video, and hosted and narrated by your’s truly!”

  • Here is what one viewer said after watching “Balance of Justice” :

    “I just finished the documentary and can’t believe the depth and breadth you covered in less than 60 minutes while completely capturing the viewer with insightful, well-varied interviews, quotes and b-roll. I had planned to watch this while typing on another project, but once it started, it grabbed my complete focus.

    Col. Eidsmoe and David Fowler were excellent authorities. I really enjoyed their take on positive versus negative law, particularly when Eidsmoe explained why negative laws support greater liberty than positive laws. I don’t think I’ve heard it put that well before.

    The time and thought you invested in this project shows on screen in a very positive way. It gives better and more pointed treatment to this issue than anything I’ve seen on television. Of course, it’s really nice to agree with every word that is being said for a change. Masterful work.”

    –Mark B.

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