Is Genesis History?

Is Genesis History?

The documentary Is Genesis History? landed as Fathom Events’ No. 1 event in the inspirational category for 2017, due to the overwhelming fan demand that garnered two encores during its initial run. Now, audiences will get to enjoy this event on the big screen one year later, with new exclusive content. Tackling some of the most puzzling questions facing Christians today, Dr. Del Tackett meets with renowned scientists, historians, and Bible scholars to discuss the book of Genesis in Is Genesis History? – A Special Anniversary Event.

This insightful event comes to US movie theaters on Thursday, February 22, 2018 at 7:00 p.m. local time, from Fathom Events, Compass Cinema, and The WTA Group. Following the feature, moviegoers will be treated to a special tour of the Ark Encounter in Grant County, Kentucky. Tackett will use the tour to discuss the event’s themes and topics with college students, all captured exclusively for this cinema event.

Tickets for “Is Genesis History? – A Special Anniversary Event” can be purchased online by visiting www.FathomEvents.com or at participating theater box offices. Fans throughout the US can enjoy the event in more than 850 movie theaters. For a complete list of theater locations, visit the Fathom Events website (theaters and participants are subject to change).

In this investigative documentary, Dr. Del Tackett crosses the continent to learn from experts in various fields and asks some of the long-standing questions surrounding the book of Genesis: Was the universe created in six literal days? Did humans evolve? Were Adam and Eve real? Was there a global flood? What happened to the dinosaurs? Was there a tower of Babel? This first-of-its-kind documentary seeks to shine light on the origin of humankind and its history, with new insights on how the world came to be.

The BA hopes this announcement will encourage readers to select entertainment of high ethical, moral, and religious value.

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