"To be bored in this world is to be boring in this world."
Join in the glorious uproar of creation with The Riot and the Dance, a boisterous new nature documentary featuring a biologist who was once told he would never succeed if he kept blabbing about all that silly Creator-creature nonsense. But now you can follow along with Dr. Gordon Wilson as he traverses our planet, basking in God’s masterpieces whether he’s catching wildlife in his own back yard or in the jungles of Sri Lanka. (Yeah, he did get bitten, but not by the cobra.)
Showstopping footage and powerful narration will open your eyes to the extraordinary glory found all over the animal kingdom. From leopards and langurs to vipers and elephants and beyond, The Riot and the Dance is a cinematic exploration that you won’t want to miss.
What people are saying:
"The stunning cinematography and explanations of God's design will leave you giving our awesome Creator the praise he deserves." -Ken Ham, Answers in Genesis Founder and President
"My wife and I loved it." ~John Piper, author and founder of DesiringGod.org
"Riot is not an apologetic for creationism. That s too small of a topic for Gordon Wilson. It's an apology for wonder. ... Riot has a narrative so satiating, you might want to invite your unbelieving neighbors." -Dave Goodwin, President of the Association of Classical Christian Schools (ACCS)
"The beauty of nature has much to tell us about its true Author." -Scott A. Minnich, PhD Professor of Microbiology
"Absolutely stunning." -Dr. Günter Bechly, paleontologist
"If your world has faded to black and white, The Riot and the Dance is the cure for colorblindness." -Timothy G. Standish, PhD Senior Scientist Geoscience Research Institute
"Dr. Wilson's narration brings to life the poetry and lyricism of nature." -Paul Garner, Fellow of the Geological Society of London
"A vividly powerful experience." -Denyse O'Leary, author, journalist, blogger
"The Riot and the Dance not only a feast for the eyes, it's also a hearty meal for the soul." -Marcus R. Ross, PhD Professor of Geology
"God's glory and character is certainly seen in His 'Wild Kingdom' all around us, if we dare to look." -Joseph Francis PhD, Dean, School of Science, Math, Technology and Health
Dr. Gordon Wilson is currently a Senior Fellow of Natural History at New Saint Andrews College in Moscow, Idaho. Before coming to NSA he was a faculty member at Liberty University from 1991-2003. Gordon received his Ph.D. in Environmental Science and Public Policy from George Mason University in 2003, and also earned his M.S. in Entomology and B.S. in Education/Biology at the University of Idaho. He has published his dissertation research on the Eastern Box Turtle (Terrapene carolina) in Southeastern Naturalist and the Herpetological Bulletin. He also regularly writes articles for Answers Magazine. Gordon and his wife Meredith have four children and three grandchildren.
N.D. Wilson is the bestselling author of more than ten novels for children, including the 100 Cupboards trilogy, The Ashtown Burials, and Outlaws of Time. His nonfiction book Death by Living won Book of the Year from Christianity Today. He is also a film-maker and director, with projects such as River Thief, starring Joel Courtney (Super 8).
STARRING: Gordon Wilson
DIRECTOR: Nathan Wilson
PRODUCED: Gorilla Poet Productions
RUNNING TIME: 90 minutes
DVD PUB. DATE: December 18, 2018
The Riot and the Dance is my absolute favorite nature documentary! I love nature shows and movies, but am sick of the godless evolution pushed in them. TRATD is so refreshing! Thank you!
Beautifully done. 5 stars!
We thoroughly enjoyed Riot and the Dance Earth. We purchased after watching Riot and the Dance Water. Both were filled with biblical wisdom and great to watch with family!
I had to check this out after backing the new one in angel studios, bought it to watch it with the kids and not have to keep pausing nonsense about evolution and billions of years after the big bang. Totally worth it!
The photography was so crisp and professionally done; the narrator added humor, which was a fun addition to an otherwise serious movie. The creativity of our Creator really comes through. The use of using slow motion to give us a better look at the movements of animals was neat. I can’t imagine the time and money invested in the making of the movie Earth. So well done!!
I had thrown out Planet Earth cause I was exhausted with the Darwin fawning, but I ove what the Wilson's are doing here! My boy loved all the animals!
My kids have loved watching this nature show, and I don't have to worry about deconstructing the evolutionary worldview that is present in other nature shows. We can't wait for the upcoming Riot and the Dance series!
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