Evolutions Achilles Heels

DVD Release: October 17, 2014
Evolutions Achilles Heels


This groundbreaking new documentary effectively reveals the fatal flaws of modern evolutionary theory. You’ll learn how many areas of scientific research present devastating challenges to textbook Darwinian orthodoxy, including: Genetics, Radiometric dating, Natural selection, The geologic column, The fossil record, Cosmology, and more!

Visually stunning animations and dramatic footage help to show how the theory’s supposed strengths are, in fact, its fatal flaws—Evolution’s Achilles’ Heels.

Dove Review

If we could award “Evolution’s Achilles’ Heels” more than five Doves, our best rating, we would! This is an intelligent and remarkable look at the holes in the theory of evolution, and it features fifteen professors with Ph.D’s that closely inspect the various downfalls of this theory. They point out several fatal flaws.

They look at Natural Selection, Genetics, The Origin of Life, Fossil Records, Geologic Records, Cosmology, Radiometric Dating, and Ethical Implications. Robert Carter, who holds a Ph.D from the University of Miami, says that survival of the fittest doesn’t always hold true and that sometimes the biggest of a species doesn’t survive. John Sanford of the University of Wisconsin, makes the point that some creatures reproduce more than others, and that is true Natural Selection. David Catchpoole of the University of New England, Australia, adds that Natural Selection must rely on what already exists, a case in point for Creationism and the belief in God.

This wonderful documentary uses animated illustrations to great effect, featuring DNA strands, animals, human embryos and cell divisions, and of the Earth, protons and enzymes in motion, and much, much more. Its real-life videos of animals and mountain and nature scenes are awesome and must be seen to be appreciated. The various theorists point out that it takes faith to believe in evolution with its holes and unexplained theories, just as the evolutionists state that all Creationists believe by faith alone. But these various experts hammer home the point that random processes do not produce information. The repair systems in cells are another statement about there being a Grand Designer behind all of life and creation.

In a humorous scene it is mentioned that Francis Crick believed that intelligent aliens brought intelligent design to Earth! Matti Leisola from Helsinki and the University of Technology, states that if God, and not aliens, created life, then there are moral obligations involved. The documentary looks at all aspects of the topic, including geographic information and how that catastrophes have played a part in the Earth’s progression to today. The rock records of the Earth fits the Genesis account of the Great Flood. Professor Richard Lewontin of Harvard has stated that some things are difficult to explain but that “We cannot allow a Divine foot in the door.” However, the fifteen experts in this film blow open the door for God’s foot, the Grand Designer, to walk in boldly. They embrace Him in fact. One man says that by embracing Christ, he had a spiritual transaction that has brought him peace.

We are more than pleased to award this intelligent documentary our Faith Friendly Seal for all ages, although it would be above the heads of the very young. “Evolution’s Achille’s Heels” clearly demonstrates the shortcomings of this theory and boldly embraces those who live by faith.

Content Description

Sex: None
Language: It's stated Hitler called the Jews "Imbeciles".
Violence: The mention of six million Jews in addition to millions of Russians and Chinese dying at the hand of dictators; archive footage of POW's.
Drugs: None
Nudity: Illustration of the Nebraska man, a shirtless man.
Other: A woman holds a sign that says, "My body, my choice"; Hitler's beliefs in evolution and forming a superior race is discussed; some believe in evolution but this DVD defends those that embrace Creationism.


Company: Creation Ministries Intl.
Director: Robert Carter
Genre: Documentary
Runtime: 97 min.
Industry Rating: Not Rated
Starring: Donald Batten, Pieter Borger, Stuart Burgess and many others
Reviewer: Edwin L. Carpenter