Can Rachel Keep Her Faith in College?
Rachel Whitaker, a Christian, heads off to college for her much-anticipated freshman year. New friends create situations that require important, quick decisions—some about her social life, some about her core beliefs!
Rachel Whitaker is a “good Christian girl” raised by her sincere Christian parents. But when the teen arrives at college for her freshman year, she is quickly influenced by the school’s popular biology professor. The winsome middle-aged atheist skillfully belittles anyone who believes the Bible and shows why evolution has to be the answer to how life began.
Back home, Rachel’s father senses something changing with his daughter; he begins to examine the situation. What he discovers catches him completely off guard. Now extremely concerned about Rachel drifting away from her Christian faith, he prayerfully attempts to do something about it. The result is a striking reminder that God is truly in control.
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“A Matter of Faith has a message that is highly relevant and desperately needed for America today. AiG doesn’t endorse many movies, even those that are supposedly ‘Christian’ based. We are fully behind A Matter of Faith as it defends the authority of the Bible beginning in Genesis.” – Ken Ham, President of Answers in Genesis
Tim Wildmon, President, American Family Association –
“A clash of worldviews puts a spotlight on the creation-evolution debate in this captivating film. A committed Christian dad, a doubting daughter, and a charismatic liberal professor stir up a lot of tension and intrigue on campus. It has solid Biblical principles and a gripping plot. Kudos to the Christianos for another outstanding family-friendly film..”
Phil Newberry, Pastor, Bellevue Arlington, Arlington, Tennessee –
“Every believer needs to see “A Matter of Faith” to challenge us in our faith and our boldness to not be ashamed of the Gospel and to be prepared to give the Hope of what we have. Every seeker needs to see this movie as it answers the questions we might have about the truth of the Gospel. In fact everyone, churched or unchurched, should see this movie as it touches so many areas of one’s life and faith.”