The Genesis Code is also a compelling story. It centers around two college students: Kerry Wells, a preacher’s daughter and committed Christian, and Blake Truman, a star hockey player who’s having a crisis of faith due to his mother’s illness. Kerry is assigned to interview Blake for the school’s newspaper, but is having a tough time getting Blake to open up about himself. Kerry is also facing her own challenges when her academic advisor warns her that her chosen course of study, paleontology, is not compatible with her religious beliefs. Kerry and Blake seem to have nothing in common, but are nevertheless drawn to each other’s company. Can they find common ground? Watch the video below for a peek at The Genesis Code:
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I found The Genesis Code to be a fascinating movie, both for the story of Kerry and Blake, as well as for its quest to find the truth behind the genesis of Earth and its life. It definitely requires a clear head and close attention when Kerry’s brother (a physicist) and his colleagues present their evidence for how the Bible and science are in accord, but it’s worth the patience. This movie shows that Christianity and science can co-exist and even work together to explain and explore the amazing life here on Earth. It will definitely spark discussion among both believers and non-believers about faith, the origins of life, the veracity of the Bible, scientific principles, and much more. I encourage everyone to watch The Genesis Code.
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