GENESIS: PARADISE LOST

"The Beauty of God’s Creation"

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Summary:

GENESIS: PARADISE LOST is an incredibly beautiful, convincing documentary exposing the fallacies in Darwinian and other humanist creation speculations and showing how logical the biblical creation account is. GENESIS: PARADISE LOST begins one night screenings on November 13 around the country, through Fathom Events.

Review:

GENESIS: PARADISE LOST is an incredibly beautiful documentary feature exposing the fallacies in Darwinian and other humanist creation speculations and showing how logical the biblical creation account is. In fact, the more scientific evidence revealed every year, the more it sustains and supports the biblical worldview. The movie has beautifully created CGI renditions of the biblical account of creation focused on each day, with very articulate scientists from fields as diverse as aerospace and anthropology discussing the humanist perspective about Creation, the fallacies in the humanist perspective, and the logical support for the biblical perspective. The professors involved include, among others, Dr. John Baumgartner, geophysicist; Dr. Andrew Fabich, microbiologist; Dr. Danny Faulkner, astronomy; and, many others.

The first section shows how irrational and unreasonable the scientific speculation about millions of years for the universe is. At its core, such speculation violates common fundamental physics principles, such as the first and second law of thermodynamics. Some of the interesting asides include that the creation of the plants occurs before the creation of the sun, which makes sense if it’s only one day, but would not make sense if it was more than one day. The thought God would plan such things in great detail that one can only come to the conclusion it was designed by Him is both fun and fascinating. Another interesting aside talks about some of the misguided attempts to posit a missing link. Analysis of the bones of some early hominids, such as Lucy, shows she was really an African chimpanzee. Analysis of the Neanderthal clearly shows he was a human being, not a separate intermediary stage of evolution. Much, much more intriguing information is revealed.

GENESIS: PARADISE LOST is a great tool for witnessing and ends with a very strong evangelistic appeal based on regaining in our own lives the Paradise Lost. Each of the experts goes into very clear scientific reasons refuting the false theories and explaining the biblical account. Some of the information presented is absolutely extraordinary and very current. GENESIS: PARADISE LOST is the type of movie you’ll want your friends and family to see.

Content:

(CCC, BBB) Very strong Christian, biblical worldview presenting a biblical view of Creation by several scientists, some mention of false theories to refute them; no foul language; no violence; no sex; upper male nudity of Adam; and, nothing else objectionable.

In Brief:

GENESIS: PARADISE LOST is an beautiful documentary feature. It exposes the fallacies in Darwinian and humanist creation speculations and showing how logical the biblical creation account is. The first section shows how irrational and unreasonable scientific speculation about billions of years for the universe is. At its core, such speculation violates common fundamental physics principles, such as the first and second law of thermodynamics. Very articulate scientists from fields as diverse as aerospace and anthropology discuss the humanist perspective about Creation, the fallacies in the humanist perspective, and the rational, empirical basis for the biblical perspective.

GENESIS: PARADISE LOST is a great tool for witnessing and ends with a strong evangelistic appeal based on regaining in our own lives the Paradise Lost. Each of the experts goes into very clear scientific reasons refuting the false theories and explaining the biblical account. Some of the information presented is absolutely extraordinary and very current. GENESIS: PARADISE LOST is the type of movie you’ll want your friends and family to see. The movie begins one night screenings on November 13 around the country, through Fathom Events.