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Is Genesis History? -- A fascinating new look at the biblical, historical, and scientific evidence for Creation and the Flood. Learn from more than a dozen scientists and scholars as they explore the world around us in light of Genesis.

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Release Date:
23 February 2017 (USA) See more »
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Two Competing Views...One Compelling Truth
Plot:
Explore the world to see how it intersects with the history recorded in Genesis. Del Tackett of "The Truth Project" hikes through canyons, climbs up mountains, and dives below the sea to examine two competing views...one compelling truth. Full summary » | Add synopsis »
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Confirmation bias in all its glory. See more (68 total) »

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Completed | See complete list of 58,240 in-production titles »
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16 January 2017
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Cast

 
Del Tackett ... Himself
other cast:

Robert Carter ... Himself
Douglas Petrovich ... Himself
Kurt P. Wise ... Himself
Steven W. Boyd ... Himself
Kevin L. Anderson ... Himself
George Grant ... Himself
Todd C. Wood ... Himself

Marcus Ross ... Himself
Andrew Snelling ... Himself
Steve A. Austin ... Himself
Paul Nelson ... Himself
Danny Faulkner ... Himself
Art Chadwick ... Himself

Directed by
Thomas Purifoy 
 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Thomas Purifoy 

Produced by
Ian Kern .... associate producer
Brian Mitchell .... executive producer
Bill Reeves .... executive producer
Erik Weir .... executive producer
 
Original Music by
Kurt Heinecke 
 
Film Editing by
Ryan Stufflebaum 
 
Production Management
Ian Kern .... production manager
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Michael Figlio Jr. .... first assistant director
 
Art Department
Forrest Dickison .... illustrator
 
Sound Department
J.T. Dekker .... sound designer
Michael Figlio Jr. .... sound mixer
Russell Mehringer .... sound designer
Nick Palladino .... sound designer
Nick Palladino .... sound editor
 
Visual Effects by
Owen May .... visual effects
Joshua Rhoton .... visual effects supervisor
Joel Robertson .... visual effects
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Johnny Gerhart .... camera operator
Jason Marlin .... camera operator
Ryan Stufflebaum .... camera operator
David Trenkle .... camera operator
Tom Zaleski .... camera operator
 
Editorial Department
Rodney Williams .... colorist
 
Location Management
Ian Kern .... location manager
 
Other crew
Diane Howard .... interviewer: journalist
 

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Runtime:
100 min
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2.35 : 1 See more »
Certification:
Canada:G (British Columbia) | USA:Not Rated

Did You Know?

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Geologist Steven A. Austin was one of those who flew into Mt. St. Helen's crater after it blew, and is generally recognized as an authority on the catastrophism that took place surrounding it.See more »
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Factual errors: From the faith perspective of an evolutionist, the film bases it's science off of the interpretation and imagination of the producers rather than peer-reviewed evidence from credible scientist.See more »

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40 out of 67 people found the following review useful.
Confirmation bias in all its glory., 5 June 2017
Author: nidaprist

I knew even before I came to this site to review the movie that the reviews would be either a few stars or a maximum stars. This movie is an example of confirmation bias. If you already believe that the Earth is just a few thousand years old and that God created it you will love this movie. If you use the scientific method you will dislike this movie, because there is precious little science. As one previous poster pointed out, interviewer after interviewee stated their belief. Science has little use for belief, science is concerned what the evidence shows.

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