Evolution and the Fossil Record (Listen & Learn Course) Hugh Ross; Fazale Rana

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Do you want to learn more about RTB's testable creation model approach, but don't have time to take a full course?

These lectures offer a flexible way for you to begin to have deeper engagement with RTB's ideas, but at your convenience. There is no written homework or discussions. Just download the lectures, listen, and learn. This course also includes recommended reading that supports the lecture content.

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Course Description:

This series of lectures will expose listeners to the latest scientific discoveries related to the history of life. The course begins with a survey of key definitions of evolution and then explores an overview of the fossil record, from the first life through early humans. Instruction will also include strategies to carefully weigh the scientific data for biological evolution in comparison with evidence for supernatural creation.

Topics Covered:

  • Evolution: definition terms and perspectives
  • Origin of life
  • Cambrian explosion
  • Dinosaur eras
  • Case for directed speciation
  • Humans created in the image of God
  • Using a testable creation model approach

Hugh Ross, PhD and Fazale "Fuz" Rana, PhD

More Than A Theory (sold separately)

Audience: science teachers, lay apologists, high school and college students planning a career in a science-related field

This course can be taken for 2 units of continuing education in Biblical studies through ACSI.

How to register:

  • Click "Add to Cart" and complete the check process through the RTB web store.
  • Once we have processed your order, you will be sent a username and password along with log-in instructions within 2–3 working days.


  • Class consists of online lectures (video and/or audio). Participants can complete the course at their own pace—no need to be in class at a specific time, no specific start or end date. There are no written assignments.
  • All courses are web-based (via Moodle) and offered on-demand.

Access expires 6 months from the course start date.

12 MP3 audio files (approx. 1 hour each)