Genesis: Paradise Lost

Genesis: Paradise Lost

Capturing the Creation week with cutting-edge RealD 3D cinematography, GENESIS: Paradise Lost brings the first chapter of the Bible to life! Using stunning visual effects, epic orchestration, and the latest scientific and historical research, this film explores the context of the highly studied and hotly-debated book of Genesis. Vivid CG animation and interviews with experts and PhD’s ignite this powerful production to deliver an incredible, thought-provoking investigation of our origins. GENESIS: Paradise Lost challenges our culture’s indoctrination into the evolutionary worldview with biblical and scientific facts. As the Creation to the Cross message unfolds, it reveals that a person’s view of origins affects a person’s moral opinion on many things including the sanctity of life, an individual’s purpose for existing, and what happens after death. The film ends with a clear presentation of the Gospel. The film’s global outreach is undeniable with subtitles already translated into 26 languages, and distribution hitting 36 countries during the March 2018 DVD launch. It stands nominated to win six categories at the International Christian Film Festival’s 2018 award ceremonies. With its unique 3D format, it screens in the Answers in Genesis 4D theater Summer of 2018, making it the first Christian film to be enjoyed in that encompassing and entertaining setting. Producers Strean, Hovind, and Harrity fully realize that the increasing attack on the idea that God created the universe remains a battleground for which many Christians are unprepared. They believe that by allowing audiences to experience creation and to understand the science behind it, GENESIS: Paradise Lost will reinforce how an intelligently designed universe matches both scientific facts and Scripture. By removing the supposed “scientific-stumbling-block” of evolution which barricades many from hearing the Gospel, countless hearts have turned to their Creator. In the beginningGod!


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