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GENESIS: PARADISE LOST – NEW DATE!
December 11, 2017
You still have one more chance to see Genesis: Paradise Lost on the big screen!
WHEN: Monday, December 11, 2017
7:00 PM – local time
WHERE: A theater near you!
If there is one part of the Bible that has undergone more scrutiny and abuse than any other, it is the beginning—Genesis. The heated debate over origins has questioned the Creation and ultimately the Creator. So what exactly happened at “Creation,” in the “Beginning”? Enter GENESIS: PARADISE LOST!
Cutting-edge cinematography meets proven science and biblical accuracy to deliver GENESIS: PARADISE LOST, bringing the first book of the Bible to life in both 2D and 3D formats on the big screen. Stunning visual effects and field research invite audiences to explore the much-studied and debated opening chapters of the Bible.
GENESIS: PARADISE LOST will entertain and educate as an event for the whole family. The digital animation is interwoven with insightful commentary from accredited scientists and educators such as Dr. Charles Jackson and Dr. Georgia Purdom, and popular speakers such as Ken Ham and Ray Comfort. Cultural apologist Dr. Voddie Baucham, Jr.’s deep booming voice serves as Genesis’ “unseen narrator” whose vocal presence gives the visual images deeper meaning and life.
As a bonus, this Fathom event features an exclusive panel discussion with leaders from both the science and faith communities. Moviegoers throughout the U.S. can enjoy the event in theaters, with select locations offering the film in RealD 3D. Tickets can be purchased online or at participating theater box offices.
As an independent film venture, we humbly ask for YOUR help in making GENESIS: PARADISE LOST into a groundbreaking success worth repeating! “All things are possible with God,” and this rare film honors Him by striving to faithfully relay His story. So bring family, friends, neighbors, skeptics… all are welcome!
“Genesis: Paradise Lost lets viewers experience the very foundation of our faith— in the beginning, God!”
—Eric Hovind, President of Creation Today