February 27, 2017

Encore Performance of Is Genesis History? Coming to Theaters Nationwide March 2 and March 7

In the beginning God created the Heavens and Earth...

We are all familiar with this biblical passage and for many of us it serves as the foundation for our beliefs and those we pass down onto our children.  A lot has changed since we were kids but the Bible hasn't.  It is the same now as it was then.  A word for the generations. 

My kids always seemed to have a bunch of questions about the Bible especially on Sundays after Sunday School.  Funny, I don't recall bombarding my mom with questions about the Bible.  I'm sure I did, I just don't recall.  However, my mom assures me I had as many questions then as my kids do now.

What about you do you remember asking your parents questions about the Sunday School lesson?  What questions did you have? 

Recently, I came across a movie titled "Is Genesis History".  The movie provides insight on how things came to be.  It's a refreshing, interesting scholarly film which makes a lot of sense and answers some of those questions we all have about the beginning. 

"IS GENESIS HISTORY? features over a dozen scientists and scholars explaining how the world intersects with Genesis. From rock layers to fossils to lions to stars, this fascinating film will change the way you see the world. Showing in theaters twice as special encore events on Thursday, March 2 and Tuesday, March 7, the film shines new light on our origins, providing a positive case for creation in six normal days, a real Adam and Eve, a global flood, and a tower of Babel. Dr. Del Tackett, creator of “The Truth Project,” serves as your guide—hiking through canyons, climbing up mountains, and diving below the sea—in an exploration of two competing views … one compelling truth."

Length: 118 minutes (Film: 101 min - QA/Credits: 17 min)
Recommended Age: 12+ (due to complexity of content; younger children can come, but it could be over their heads)

Check out this trailer


Is Genesis History? will be shown in theatres nationwide on Thursday, March 2 and Tuesday, March 7.  Click here to locate a theatre near you.


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