The Missing Link
by Kim Peckham


A humble Veja-Link looks up at the stars and asks a question about where he came from. The answer he gets isn't very satisfying. Tyler Fishell did the animation of the textured vegetable protein. The script was written by Guide associate editor Rachel Whitaker.

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+3 #68 ken10wil 2016-06-25 16:44
Quoting david12:
Quoting riverland disciple:
This video is discouraging for me. While belief in creation is nothing to be ashamed of, no biblical belief is strengthened or made more convincing by exaggerating the arguments so much that we become arrogant towards other views. We should not teach our youth to be arrogant, and we ourselves should always remain humble when presenting our beliefs. None of the arguments supporting our beliefs are infallible. In the end, the reason we believe in creation will not matter. And neither will the belief in creation itself make the difference: „“the devils believe and tremble“ (James 2:19). What matters is whether we believe the Creator--if we trust Him and entrust our lives to him. That is what we should teach our children and youth and help them to do. And it seems that many of us adults and church leaders also need to learn to trust the Creator instead of arguments.




I agree.

ditto
 
 
-10 #67 ken10wil 2016-02-20 16:12
best video on guide to date. Though the video section is dead anyway.
 
 
+7 #66 redbiking 2016-01-15 21:56
it was funny :lol:
 
 
+2 #65 david12 2016-01-11 09:48
Quoting ninja4christ13:
im batman




That's so off topic. :o :-? :sigh:
 
 
+2 #64 david12 2016-01-10 09:40
Quoting riverland disciple:
This video is discouraging for me. While belief in creation is nothing to be ashamed of, no biblical belief is strengthened or made more convincing by exaggerating the arguments so much that we become arrogant towards other views. We should not teach our youth to be arrogant, and we ourselves should always remain humble when presenting our beliefs. None of the arguments supporting our beliefs are infallible. In the end, the reason we believe in creation will not matter. And neither will the belief in creation itself make the difference: „“the devils believe and tremble“ (James 2:19). What matters is whether we believe the Creator--if we trust Him and entrust our lives to him. That is what we should teach our children and youth and help them to do. And it seems that many of us adults and church leaders also need to learn to trust the Creator instead of arguments.




I agree.
 
 
-11 #63 mia girl 2015-11-21 11:01
Quoting LEMONwizard:
quote this comment and say the same thing and like it

i did it
 
 
-12 #62 ninja4christ13 2015-10-31 14:09
im batman
 
 
+10 #61 migaiel 2015-09-19 17:52
:o wow!!!!!!!!!☺
 
 
+15 #60 i love god 2015-02-07 09:26
this video is awesome :lol: :-)
 
 
+3 #59 LEMONwizard 2015-01-25 13:25
quote this comment and say the same thing and like it
 

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