Movie Review: AGAINST THE TIDE: Finding God in an Age of Science

Kevin Sorbo and John Lennox at Green Templeton College – Pensmore Films

This former Roman god gets serious about faith!

“Hercules” star Kevin Sorbo takes on religion once again in the powerful and thought-provoking documentary “AGAINST THE TIDE: Finding God in an Age of Science”. In the film, he and Dr. John Lennox have an open and honest discussion about the truth in the bible. They dig deep to discover if certain events actually happened while embracing the wonder of science.

“AGAINST THE TIDE” doesn’t force Christianity on anyone but encourages viewers to do their own research when it comes to the beauty of existence. Throughout the motion picture documentary, we hear the candid viewpoints of many famous atheists. Dr. Lennox, on the other hand, explains his opinions on the matter based on his religious upbringing and incredible life experience abroad. “AGAINST THE TIDE” features spectacular landscape as Sorbo travels from England and to the Holy Land to witness where the biblical stories took place.

I feel this movie can be truly instrumental in profound conversations with your loved ones. Words are powerful and transcend time. This production challenges you to think, follow your own heart and ultimately have faith.

“AGAINST THE TIDE: Finding God in an Age of Science” is scheduled to be released in theaters nationwide November 19, 20, and 23 through Fathom Events.

A Special Thanks to Biscuit Media Group for the movie screener and image. 

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4 Responses to Movie Review: AGAINST THE TIDE: Finding God in an Age of Science

  1. notabilia says:

    The description of the movie appears to denote some actual thinking expressed by the idiot actor Sorbo and the Oxford irrationalist, but obviously it’s pure propaganda for the cultish followers of religion. Science and “faith” have never been reconciled, and can never be. Why not just admit it? Let it go – science requires verifiable forms of evidence, and religion supplies none.

  2. Sarah Brown says:

    Nothing could be further from the truth. While science must prove and justify it’s findings, faith is always present in the belief that what is scientific can be proven. In reality, it’s not possible to undertake anything without the faith to persevere. Religion is tradition and ritual; where as faith is higher than all religion, it is the very substance of things hoped for.
    BTSCELEBS nails it again!

    • notabilia says:

      Your reply is incoherent, with at least two misspellings, and with insincere playing with terms that mark it as gibberish. Please stop tagging your posts with “atheism.”

  3. The Sorbo is part of this is enough for me to know it isn’t worth much.

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