GENESIS IMPACT FILM – Do Natural History Museums Display The Truth About Origins? …There Is Another View


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Note from David:
I am pleased to announce that my friend, Dr. Dan Biddle, has just a released a new film called “Genesis Impact”. You may remember Dan from when he was a guest on my program “Creation in the 21st Century” airing on Trinity Broadcasting Network.

While not designed to be an “epic” movie, this new film champions the truth that one well-equipped youth can positively impact many lives. As the actors present memorable facts combatting human evolution, we understand that simply knowing the right questions to ask has the potential to turn a student into a bold champion for truth.

This is a particularly important film highlighting the bias in the education system and the challenges of making it through high-school and college with your Biblical and Christian values intact.

It moves at a slower pace, blending aspects of drama and documentary style, yet provides crucial information that will be a benefit for all ages.

Watch the trailer and then order your copy.

Secular museum docent (Reggie McGuire) presents his best case for evolution at the natural history museum. Little does he know that Christina (Hannah Bradley) has a few questions at the end of his talk that turn the tables. Christina’s questions dismantle evolution. Her meek yet powerful presentation of the Bible’s account of origins awaken many to the truth. The Genesis Impact film is ideal for Christians who want to learn how to dismantle the leading “evidences” for evolution. These are displayed in natural history museums. This DVD will help you understand how to view secular museums through a Biblical perspective.

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