Next month, legendary star Kevin Sorbo and internationally renowned speaker and author Dr. John Lennox bring the powerful documentary motion picture “AGAINST THE TIDE: Finding God in an Age of Science” to theaters.
According to an exclusive press release from Biscuit Media Group, the famous men “travel from Oxford to Cambridge to Israel, experiencing firsthand many of the sites and facts that are essential to understanding the complementary relationship between science and faith.”
The movie’s purpose is to make a dynamic impact with unbelievers and atheists. “In AGAINST THE TIDE, Lennox breaks down the arguments and issues most often cited in apologetics debates, reflecting on several very public, sold-out encounters he has had with well-known atheists Richard Dawkins, Christopher Hitchens, Peter Singer, and Michael Shermer, among others. Sorbo probes Lennox on the issues, and together they discuss, dissect, and discover answers to the most compelling apologetics questions.”
Kevin Sorbo was delighted to work with Dr. Lennox, while he is thrilled to be able to represent his faith in a positive way. “‘It was an honor to spend significant quality time with Prof. Lennox while working on AGAINST THE TIDE. That alone was an opportunity that I couldn’t refuse. This film is a master-class in understanding and combating the atheist manifesto. I know it will be a thought-provoking asset to anyone who seeks to have a deeper understanding of both the wonder of scripture and the need for Christians to be able to defend what they believe.'”
Check out the film’s trailer below:
“AGAINST THE TIDE: Finding God in an Age of Science” will be shown on November 19 (with newly added encore dates November 20, and 23). in theaters across the United States. (The production was created by Pensmore Films and Kharis Productions, and it is distributed by Fathom Events.) Learn more about this documentary motion picture by visiting the following website: againstthetide.movie.
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