"Darwin: The Voyage that Shook the World"This 2009 film contains everything that can be attained from a large budget — good cinematography, acting, graphics, script — as it persuasively leads the viewer to the "young earth" mindset. The Skeptic published this review:
Explore Evolution quotes Jonathan Wells, a senior fellow of the creationist Discovery Institute, in support the claim that "assembly instructions" are not solely in DNA. Inaccurately citing Wells as a "developmental biologist," the footnote quotes from Wells' creationist work Icons of Evolution, critiqued elsewhere on NCSE's website:
According to Explore Evolution:
Explore Evolution is part of a longstanding effort by creationists, many of them authors of Explore Evolution, to mischaracterize and obscure scientific critiques of a gene-centric view of biology.
Explore Evolution asserts: