A Matter of Faith (2014)

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A Christian girl goes off to college for her freshman year and begins to be influenced by her popular Biology professor who teaches that evolution is the answer to the origins of life. When... See full summary »

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11 November 2015 | jcbjb-76375
| this is a story of a brain washed girl going to college and starting to think for herself but then daddy steps in and tries to stop her from thinking
This movie not only had horrible acting but ultimately was created as propaganda for the creationists it badly represents science and does not accurately portray the issue. Believing in young earth creationism is basically a denial of all of science evolution has the DNA evidence and the fossil record and more evidence. Basic geology and radiometric dating show the earth is indeed 4.5 billions of years old. The science side in this movie was portrayed as if science doesn't have any evidence so ultimately making this film creationist propaganda. I watched this expecting the same old regurgitation of the same refuted creationism arguments but they didn't even do that they just made science look like it is a bunch of guess work.what is sad is there are people out there that deny the massive amounts of scientific evidence supporting evolution, the age of the earth, the big bang etc... Overall a sad pathetic movie that ultimately was created to get people to believe in pseudoscience.

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