Science confirms the Bible! But, sadly, many science programs don’t glorify God as the Creator. Instead, they teach humanism and atheistic evolutionary ideas to children. Because of this, many parents find it challenging to find engaging science programs that glorify God—but not anymore!
There are even special “hands on” episodes that demonstrate simple experiments with regular household items that kids can do at home.
Answers TV is our unique streaming platform which currently features nearly 5000 videos (with more coming!), including originals, such as Unlocking Science. This exciting program features former high school science teacher “Mr. P” (Roger Patterson) performing various experiments to teach children, and their parents, chemistry, biology, physics, and more through the lens of God’s Word. There are even special “hands on” episodes that demonstrate simple experiments with regular household items that kids can do at home.
Season 3 of Unlocking Scienceis currently streaming on Answers TV, so there are plenty of episodes to binge-watch as a family. Mr. P is an engaging teacher (he even blows stuff up on occasion—safely, of course—and has fun doing it!). You and your children will enjoy learning from him. But, most importantly, he presents science in a way that glorifies God and helps families build a more biblical worldview.
More Bible-Confirming Science Content
You can also enjoy a brand-new episode of Hike & Seek, an award-winning, God-glorifying creationist nature program with wildlife filmmaker Peter Schriemer, now streaming on Answers TV. This new episode, the latest in season 2, explores the winter season. You’ll meet some friendly winter birds and a great horned owl, learn to make a snowflake catcher, discover how maple syrup is made, and more.
Stream Unlocking Science, Hike & Seek, and a wide variety of other faith-building programs, today at Answers TV with a free, seven-day trial. Visit Answers.tv.
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This item was written with the assistance of AiG’s research team.