February 16, 2017 – Research conducted by Bryan College will be featured in an upcoming documentary film titled “Is Genesis History?” The film will be shown one-night-only on Feb. 23 at 7 p.m. at the Carmike theaters in Cleveland, Hixson, and East Ridge.
“The inspiration for nearly every scientific idea in the movie came from Bryan’s Center for Origins Research and Education (CORE), beginning in the 1990s,” said Dr. Neal Doran, biology professor at Bryan College.
“Is Genesis History?” features interviews with top creation scientists, including several who have conducted research at Bryan. Some of the documentary’s scenes were also shot at Pocket Wilderness in Dayton.
“Whether you are a scientist or a high school student, ‘Is Genesis History?’ will provide insight into the history of our planet and the solar system,” said Dr. Stephen Livesay, President of Bryan College. “From geology to genetics to astronomy to linguistics, the big question for the history of the world is not the data–it’s the paradigm by which we interpret it. For students of the Bible, the book of Genesis gives the history of the world from God’s perspective; for the evolutionist, the paradigm is billions of years of self-creation without a master planner.”
Bryan College will take a group of students to see the film and provide complimentary tickets. Students will receive more information about joining this group through their school email.
“From a biblical paradigm, Is Genesis History explains questions that we all have, such as accounting for the fossil record of dinosaurs, the ice age, the Tower of Babel, the Big Bang, and so much more,” Livesay said. “Beautifully filmed on location throughout the country, this film is a must see for all.”
To learn more about the film, please visit here.
Written by Curtis Jolley, Social Media and Communications Coordinator