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December 1, 2012 / compassioninpolitics

My quick review of the Genesis Code movie: Do Creation and Evolution really conflict?

This offers one. It makes an argument for relativism with respect to God’s time and our time. Its a case for faith grounded in physics. It also reconciles faith and evolution.

It also offers a critique of post-modern, relativism, and hyper-multi-culturalism. It uses the example of Female Genital Mutilation, as well as the causes that a given person might be involved with.

The only thing I didn’t like about the movie….I would have just liked to pay the money to see the explanation, rather than the story. I’m a bit on the analytical side–which perhaps explains my bias in this regard. I didn’t think the movie demonstrated much of a character arch. On the flip side–people who might show the video are given more content to get teenages involved in the movie to talk about than just a lecture.

The movie doesn’t take a stance on evolution–except to say its the consensus of science. It does take a couple of criticism of it early on, however. So overall, its a bit open.

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