Wednesday, May 23, 2012

The Genesis Code: DVD Review and Giveaway

To many people, science and the Bible seem incompatible, especially when it comes to the issue of how the Earth was created. Was life created by God in six days, as the Bible says? Or did it come about by the Big Bang or some sort of random event, as science indicates? In the new DVD movie, The Genesis Code, we are presented with a new theory: What if both beliefs are true? Can scientific principles actually prove Biblical teachings about the dawn of life?

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.

LINKS

Website: http://www.thegenesiscodemovie.com/
Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/thegenesiscodemovie
Twitter: https://twitter.com/#!/thegenesiscode

GIVEAWAY

One lucky winner will receive the DVD, The Genesis Code! Enter through the easy Rafflecopter form below. This giveaway is open to U.S. residents only and ends at 11:59 PM EST on Tuesday, June 5, 2012.


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48 comments:

  1. Anonymous4:17 PM

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  2. The Hunger Games

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  3. The Passion of Christ. dwelchert@yahoo.com

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  4. My husband tends to discuss every movie we watch. :) I think the latest one was Chronicle with our teenagers and how would superpowers affect your life, etc...

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  5. Hunger Games and The Passion of Christ.

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  6. The Hunger Games was one my sister and my mother and I discussed as well as saw it twice!

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  7. The hunger games!


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  8. The Hunger Games

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  9. The Hunger Games !!

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  10. I haven't seen any recently

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  11. The last movie I saw that inspired discussion was J. Edgar with Leo Dicaprio.

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  12. havent seen any lately.

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  13. none, really, I, my friends and family watch few movies that would be worthy of a meaningful discussion. we view network tv and movies to be entertanment

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  14. For our family it was the Hunger Games and how I would be the first one out. Thank you

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  15. I finally saw the final harry potter!!

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  16. Just got around to watching My Sisters Keeper. Sparked an interesting discussion with my husband.

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  17. The Passion of Christ.

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  18. tracy webb1:28 PM

    The Help

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  19. The Social Network

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  20. The Girl Interrupted

    Thanks!
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  21. Anonymous6:54 PM

    THOR

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  22. Daniel M7:35 PM

    the hunger games - regnod(at)yahoo(d0t)com

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  23. The Hunger Games

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  24. I haven't seen any movies .

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    Claudia .

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  25. A depressing movie: we need to talk about kevin.

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  26. I can't really even think of the last movie I saw!
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  27. what to expect when expecting

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  28. The Hunger Games!
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  29. we bought a zoo made me think I do not dream big enough
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  30. Inception
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  31. The Avengers because it's just plain awesome! :)

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  32. Oh, my e-mail:

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  33. That movie for me would be under our skin about lyme disease and the controversies surrounding the disease

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  34. We saw a screening of The Intouchables last Thursday evening. It's based on a true story. It's so touching, has a lot of humor, and is very thought provoking.

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  35. The Vows really sparked a discussion
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  36. I saw The Davinci Code with Tom Hanks which really was interesting and made me want to go to Italy

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  37. the last emperor - emscout9 at hotmail dot com

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  38. The boy in the striped pajamas.

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  39. One movie that comes to mind is Saving Private Ryan. Outstanding movie! Cheryl cjabdelnour@hotmail.com

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  40. The last movie I saw that really made me think was Inception.

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