Is Genesis History? Reviews
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.
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.
Netflix and Amazon, companies that should take education more serious than this, should really rethink letting this continue to stream.
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.