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The latest Daylight production is complete

1/4/2013 - 3:22 PM PST

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
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Catholic PRWire

DUBLIN, IRELAND (January 4, 2013) - Its an exciting time for Daylight Origins supporters, with the advent of a newly produced 80 minute long 13 segment menu laid audio CD on the Catholic creation evolution debate. This CD is a live recording of Hugh Owen and Dr. Thomas Seiler of the Kolbe Center mission team, on their Daylight Origins sponsored trip to Ireland. The live radio interview on origins science matters was aired by Spirit Radio, and the sound quality is really good. The radio presenter Darren, proves himself adept at giving controversial discussions such as creation science, a fair footing while keeping his audience interested. In fairness the origins science bit comes in the later half of the radio talk show, with the qualified input from Dr. Seiler. The CD really captures a lot in just 80 minutes, which is badly needed in the origins science circles & from a Catholic creation exegesis viewpoint.

Segment cutting of creation evolution discourse

It finally came together today, after using Nero to burn audio files permanently to an audio CD, but this came at the cost of two segments on GM foods, that lasted over 10 minutes. The GM foods had synergy to the origins science discourse, but the audio CD file could not take more than 81 minutes, and so a compromise was made on the original 92 minute prototype production, that was burned to a DvD. Having a DvD version of what is a Catholic creation evolution discourse in audio format, curtailed the prototype usability to laptops and desktop PC only. But with the final and proper audio cd format, you can now listen to the origins science discourse on the way to work in your in car cd.

The 13 segment origins science CD menu

Those interested in obtaining a copy of this CD, can look forward to a 13 segment Catholic creation menu selection, that can be quickly accessed from your in car CD or laptop at home. We’ll bullet these segments for your appetite, and you’ll be grateful for the wide selection on this origins science audio format CD. The 1st segments opens up the Catholic creation discourse with some family background testimony from Hugh Owen. The 2nd segment goes into Hugh’s conversion story and continues with varying nuances until the 6th segment where the origins science factor begins to come into the fray. In the 7th segment, Dr. Thomas Seiler gives his family background testimony and his childhood Catholicism as well as his early adult years, waning from the faith. In the the 8th segment, Hugh gives strong theological and doctrinal arguments for a literal interpretation of the Catholic creation story as held by tradition as opposed to theistic evolution. Dr. Seiler takes the next 4 segments focusing on origins science matters from the dinosaurs, to bacteria, onto embryology, before ending with genetics. The last segment ends with Hugh Owen answering on the question of abortion and the contraceptive mentality.

Get your Catholic creation audio CD

You want it, we got it. By donating online at a price of £4.00 which covers postage, (please include your postal address), this origins science live radio coverage audio CD is yours. You can alternatively send an international bank draft to our contact address in the UK. We’ll also offer a deal for you if you like? Donate £13 and we’ll include you in a one year subscription for our Daylight magazine. That’s 3 quality Catholic origins science magazines for the year on top of your Catholic creation audio cd. Get the most from Daylight today.

Contact

Daylight Origins Society
http://daylightorigins.com/blog/?p=523  , Dublin 15 IE
Gearoid Spainneach - webmaster,  00353859093190

Keywords

Catholic creation material, creation science, Catholic apologetic, Catholic creationism, Origins,

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