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Movie Night: Is Genesis History?

  • 3 days ago · 7:00 PM
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A comedy??

Fathom Events is excited to bring enlightening documentary, Is Genesis History?, to cinemas nationwide for a special one-night event on Thursday, February 23.

Dr. Del Tackett treks the globe to meet with top scientists and scholars and asks the questions surrounding the most controversial book of the Bible that everyone is curious about:

Was everything created in six days? Did we evolve from apes? Were Adam and Eve real? Was there a global flood? What happened to the dinosaurs? Was there a tower of Babel?

This first-of-its-kind documentary seeks to throw new light on the origin of man and his true history as revealed in Genesis.



(This is a Member Suggested Meetup; you can read our policy about MSM here. )

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  • Erica

    Fulfilled my "snarky comments" quota for the week. I had a blast.

    3 · 2 days ago

    • Kennita

      I'm guessing the moviemakers don't mind the snarky comments so long as you paid to see the film. They may also figure that believers will be enheartened, and some small number of nonbelievers will "see the light".

      2 days ago

  • Kevin H.

    Just got back from the movie. Wow, such compelling evidence. I may have to re-think my stance on many issues. Like, has the speed of light changed through the course of history, did my ancestors walk with dinosaurs, does the Earth revolve around the Sun like we are led to believe, is Earth really a sphere, why are all the people in this film older white men with PhD's? (you had to be there to understand) These and other wondrous questions raced through my mind as I watched the film. Then I snapped back to reality and luckily there was a barf bag nearby. YES, it was exactly what you'd all expect and said it would be. But you know, sometimes it just feels good to escape from reality, have a good laugh, and enjoy a mythological story once in a while. It also makes you feel good to know that there are a whole bunch of people out there much more stupid than you are. AND that makes me feel good. AND that's why I went. Cheers!

    2 · 3 days ago

  • Jessica W.

    Is there a reason we are going to see a creationist film?

    1 · 4 days ago

    • Lyn C

      If you like, though try not to piss prople off, haha

      3 days ago

    • Jim W

      Little hard to do... I think we did a bit.

      1 · 3 days ago

  • Erica

    Where is everyone? We are at the Starbucks

    3 days ago

    • Kevin H.

      We're right here! Can't you see us?

      3 days ago

  • Mark T.

    The complete key to this movie is revealed in the last sentence: "... true history as revealed in Genesis."

    Google "Del Tackett" and you will see that he's just another Xtian apologist - out to push alternative facts to promote Christianity. Any Xtian going to this movie has drunk the Kool-Aid, and won't be moved by so-called "scientific facts" and "empirical evidence."

    The "top scientists and scholars" are likely "Christian top scientists and scholars," which means that they view everything thru their fundy Christian mindset.

    This movie is neither first-of-its-kind nor a documentary. This has all been done many times before. It's obviously a waste of time and $, with the $ going to Xtians.

    If you want some fun, rent "Monty Python's Life of Brian" or "The Meaning of Life."

    3 · 4 days ago

    • Kennita

      Read it and weep: http://www.gallup.com...­

      3 days ago

    • Kevin H.

      Weeping.....and that's why this country just elected Trump.

      3 days ago

  • Jim W

    It looks like it's playing in two houses. Meet me at the ticket booth first floor.

    1 · 3 days ago

  • A former member
    A former member

    Really. You folks are the most scientific minded? Move on to Christ and New Testament for that is Christianity.

    A billion morons do not change Christianity nor does a flaw or two. The very claim that Bible is infallible, God authored is untenable. That does not make the whole Bible value less.

    In a way it is irrelevant whether the cosmos was created in 6 days or 6 trillion plus years.

    What matters the most is what we do now.

    and the answer to that is "Repent for the kingdom of heaven is at hand."

    Some leftist morons do not even know what is wrong with them and what is repenting.

    The promise/fruit is the kingdom of heaven (filled with joy and happiness) right now. Dare you take the challenge?

    4 days ago

    • Kennita

      Cool. I was ready to roll up my sleeves and take on this guy, but I'm just as happy to delete the reply I wrote and save myself the time and frustration of arguing with someone who won't even admit that a dare is provocative.

      4 days ago

    • Kevin H.

      Damn you Lyn, you spoiled all the fun we could have had! :-P LOL

      3 days ago

  • Kevin H.

    I'm wondering if this movie will be in the same vain as the Expelled movie or if it will be an honest assessment?

    February 16

    • Mark T.

      "an honest assessment" You gotta be kidding!

      1 · 4 days ago

    • Kevin H.

      I was unaware at the time who produced this film. If it had been Nova, for example, then it probably would be an honest assessment. I have since learned otherwise and will be happily wearing my ACSJ shirt! :-)

      1 · 3 days ago

  • Jessica W.

    i guess it's It's good if you want to see how the creationists are trying to twist science to fit their narrative. But I've heard these arguments before.

    2 · 4 days ago

  • Kurtis R.

    Looking forward to talking to anyone who actually pays to watch this. Whirled Nut Daily, barely distinguishable from Breitbart News or The Horn News, says it is "a must-see movie" (http://www.wnd.com/2017/02/is-genesis-history-a-must-see-movie/). Here is one, of many, laughable paragraphs from that article:

    > The film showcases evidence not widely known – such as the theory that the Grand Canyon was created quickly through rushing water, not slowly over millions of years. Or evidence that dinosaurs are not as old as we’re led to believe. Noah’s flood is the key to all these things.

    It also uses the phrase "omni-competent" to describe a xtian apologist. From another xtian friendly review I found this laugh out loud statement:

    > They prove that you don’t need to check your brain at the door or cast science aside in order to believe this earth is relatively young, that it was created in six literal days, and that it was once ravaged by a global flood.

    2 · February 17

    • Debbie

      Thanks for your post. In enjoyed it! :-D

      4 days ago

  • Debbie

    Seems like a good opportunity to protest religious mythology (and bad science) masquerading as good science.

    February 16

  • Kennita

    I can't think of any reason that I would want to see this. I think I have answers for all of the questions, and I expect the movie to just be a bunch of apologist BS.

    2 · February 15

    • Kevin H.

      But it could still be interesting depending on how they approach the subject. If it's honest and fair then it will be interesting to see how they present the information and what kind of reaction it gets. On the other hand if it's like Expelled it will be fun to boo and jeer. :-)

      3 · February 16

  • Jim W

    No. It's a broadcast movie.

    February 16

  • Debbie

    I have a question... is this movie part of a live presentation? Will there be an opportunity for Q & A? Is there any kind of discussion, or post-member meeting? I tend to like these kinds of events... !

    February 16

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