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Is Genesis History? Reviews

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½ April 4, 2018
If you're into mythology, i suppose this could be passable. however if you like facts, it's just not going to cut it... there is no science, there are no facts and the presentation is about having a point of view and finding coincidences to support it. Funny how none of the actual points of view of the intellects were never presented, but i suppose if you want to prove only your point of view, well you're only going to look at yourself and no one else who has actually studied the history of archaeology.
½ February 18, 2018
Looks like a interesting movie to discuss about creation against evolution, but turn on into just creationist talking, at the middle of the film the presentar already accept the creation as only true.
½ December 18, 2017
The only reason to watch this movie is to understand what fundamental Christians believe and how they tap-dance around the facts to preserve their beliefs.
September 6, 2017
Creationist propaganda garbage.
July 9, 2017
The answers"no", just "NO".
July 4, 2017
This awesome film fills in many gaps that are in our true history.
Those who dismiss this offhand, have not read or care not to read the bible and have no faith in anything whatsoever, which is very disturbing.
When science and logic present itself to back up God's wisdom and creation, humans, who have been on this earth for the blink of an eye, turn on it like unruly children.
June 26, 2017
Very informative documentary based on facts and why these facts have been dismissed by some scientists.
½ June 21, 2017
Awful. Awful. Awful. This has to be the biggest miscarriage of a documentary that I've ever seen. Even if I *did* believe in a young Earth (I don't), the way the data is presented or even gathered is akin to "Because I said so." The host literally only interviews people who are just like him in belief, and there are assertions to a "great many people" or "most geologists" which clearly is false. Seriously, don't waste this amount of your life watching this.
June 16, 2017
Creationist propaganda.
June 13, 2017
Beautifully filmed, but logically flawed documentary.
This film presents only a narrow view of its subject, and provides only cherry-picked, one-sided evidence to support it. There were not even any opposing viewpoints from among other Christian scientists or Intelligent Design Creationists.
This film is the worst sort of documentary, purporting to be much more in-depth than it is, and presenting its conclusions as if they were factual, rather than hypothesis presented by researchers outside of mainstream science.
If you're a Young Earth Creationist, this movie will reinforce what you already think you know. If you're of any other mindset, this movie is nothing more than pretty locations and unanswered questions.
½ June 10, 2017
Wow! A must see if you believe in creationism or to renew your faith in God, As it did me.
June 8, 2017
If you turn over enough rocks, you're bound to find a creationist pretending to be a scientist.
½ June 4, 2017
Tries to be educational, made it 30 min before I had to turn it off. It's religious properganda where they use false science to try to push their beliefs. There's no counter opinions, it's one religious nut talking to another. They were making science/geologic claims that a 10 year old could tell you isn't true, like that the Grand Canyon was cut out in weeks because of the great flood, an all this did was disregard the carbon dating and didn't even bring up the dating of the fossils in each shelf.
Netflix and Amazon, companies that should take education more serious than this, should really rethink letting this continue to stream.
June 3, 2017
This is not a science documentary. It is taking the book of Genesis, and finding "evidence" that supports it.
April 11, 2017
A fascinating, compelling journey! Good for anyone who has asked where everything in the world came from.
½ February 25, 2017
I liked this movie. It was not at all in depth on any particular subject, but it did touch briefly on the main evidences for all of the major subjects that need to be addressed by the young earth side of the debate. Geology, the dating methods, the fossil record, genetics, the original language of the creation account, and the New Testament interpretation and application of the creation account are all discussed to some extent. I think it is a good comprehensive introduction to the subject.
It also has a positive, respectful tone that doesn't deride people who take other points of view.
It likely won't persuade the scoffers and skeptics, nor Christians like Greg Koukl or Hugh Ross who are vehemently apposed to the idea that the creation account in Genesis can be taken literally. But it would be a good starting point for those who are at least open to the idea, and for those who want to take Genesis literally.
February 25, 2017
What??? Really??? Are You kidding Me??? This is what We come to avoid Truth??? Blah Blah Blah, reminds me of BFG last summer alot of Blah Blah Blah. The problem isn't the Scientists believing in something else, the problem is Christians believing in something other than Christ. Sorry, gets the worst film made in this Century. One Star for Jesus, none for the Christians!
½ February 25, 2017
Anybody that claims you must see this if you are "open minded" or "true intellectual" is a fool! One doesn't need to jump off a bridge to prove the theory of gravity and giving merit to mythology to prove a religious bias is just as nonsensical.
February 25, 2017
Ivy League education for science deniers.
February 24, 2017
i love films whose titles can be answered simply with the word "no"
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