A Matter of Faith

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A Matter of Faith

Film Description:

A Matter of Faith – 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 her father suspects something happening, he begins to examine the situation and what he discovers completely catches him off guard. Now very concerned about his daughter drifting away from the faith, he tries to do something about it!

The movie is being planned for the largest theatrical release from the Brothers to date. Their last film, The Secrets of Jonathan Sperry, played in 313 theaters.

Release Date: (DVD) November 3, 2015!

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Film Cast

  • Jordan Trovillion … Rachel Whitaker
  • Jay Pickett … Stephen Whitaker
  • Harry Anderson … Professor Kaman
  • Chandler Macocha … Evan Carlson
  • Clarence Gilyard Jr. … Professor Portland
  • Barrett Carnahan … Tyler Mathis
  • Justin Michael Brandt … Jason
  • Stephanie Shemanski … Ally
  • Sarab Kamoo … Kimberly Whitaker
  • Scott Alan Smith … Phil Jamison
  • Preston Mulligan … Shane
  • Luke Southerington … Blair
  • Fred Stella … Pastor
  • Caleb Brooks … Luke
  • Dallas Hart … Guy in Library

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  1. Lightningbarer says
    01 May 14, 2:26pm

    Y’know, I get more and more exhausted about this kind of thing, that the premise of this movie is that a Father is fearful that the information that his child is being given in a College environment is damaging her Faith.

    Let me ask you, if a person’s faith can be shaken due to information, whether true or false-how strong was it in the first place? Shouldn’t their belief in the God that you all say is Loving be strong enough to ward off the information that they’re being given?

    But it’s not about that, is it? It’s about saying “we’re Christians and we feel like we’re being marginalised by the vile Evolutionist regime of lies and hatred towards God” and getting people to believe that stupid fallacy without blinking an eye at how very one sided it is.

    Look, when it comes down to it, no one is saying you can’t believe in your God, you have that right-if you live in a country that (supposedly) promotes free speech and free will. No one is trying to take any of that away from you, you have the right to believe in your God and creation story.

    But having a belief doesn’t entitle you to controlling how others see things or how others are taught.
    You want to say that by not allowing religious teaching in the classroom, you are being stopped from teaching your religious beliefs, well as a UK citizen who grew up in a school system that allowed “Religious Education” I for one think that America is long overdue for a way of teaching the idea of religion to people.
    ALL RELIGION.

    By stating that your belief in the Supernatural is equal to a scientific theory, you are not making things easier on yourselves and if you continue pushing as you are, I can see the radicalised parts of every other Faith and Non-Faith in the world become more aggressive against you, to begin really curtailing your beliefs, because you obviously have no idea what it is like to be truly persecuted for believing in Yahweh and Jesus, want to experience that, then actively stand in a street of a theocratic muslim country and preach how Jesus was the son of God and he is the only way to Heaven…then you’ll see what being discriminated against really means.

  2. H.K. Fauskanger says
    02 May 14, 4:31pm

    I see Ken Ham is already (early May 2014) recommending this movie at Answers in Genesis.

    The plot is VERY predictable, I guess. Jordan plays the sweet innocent “Christian” (i.e. fundamentalist) girl who goes to college. Shock, horror: In biology classes they actually teach science instead of Genesis 1. Our sweet young fundamentalist has her innocent mind poisoned by some Richard Dawkins-clone who “teaches that evolution is the answer to the origins of life”. (Of course, a REAL professor would know that the origins of life as such — abiogenesis — is a separate scientific issue and not a matter of “evolution” as such, but don’t expect any scientific sophistication in the script.)

    The trailer includes a Sympathetic Young Christian Man who tries to reach out to the endangered Sweet Young Girl (SYG) and tell her that “life comes from life”. She thinks the overweight Dawkins clone may have some good arguments, though. Oh no! Her salvation is in danger!

    The Concerned Christian Father of the SYG realizes that her biology professor is (unspeakable horror!) an EVOLUTIONIST, which goes down about as well as if he were to discover that she is learning about modern politics from an unabashed neo-Nazi. Imagine, the course plan doesn’t mention “Biblical creationism” as an alternative! (The fact that it doesn’t cover any other tribal myth and origin legend either is of course quite unproblematic, but the Hebrew version MUST BE IN THERE!)

    From the trailer it would seem that the Concerned Father is adviced by a God-Fearing Afro-American that he must get his SYG out of college as soon as possible, before her mind is hopelessly corrupted. The God-Fearing Afro-American, for one, would never teach “evolutionary lies” from any goddarn textbooks! So there!

    However, the Concerned Father instead manages to set up a huge public debate where he will defend all that is Good and True and Right and Biblical, whereas the Richard Dawkins clone will deliver his vile atheist propaganda.

    The SYG will apparently find her father’s actions embarrassing, but I think we can rest assured that during the public debate, this loving, God-fearing man will deliver devastating arguments and completely defeat the arrogant Dawkins-clone evolutionist. No doubt the SYG will revert to being a nice little fundamentalist again, and probably end up kissing the handsome Christian Boy who told her that “life comes from life”. (Maybe they will carry out practical experiments to prove that themselves — but only within the confines of an honorable Christian marriage, of course. Probably won’t happen in the movie as such. Just let them kiss and have Daddy rejoice that his SYG has found a good young Christian man to be with.)

    There! I hope I didn’t spoil the ending for anyone, especially since I have honestly only seen the trailer.

  3. Alexis says
    31 August 14, 8:45pm

    I think this movie looks great! I am ready for another God’s Not Dead! I love Cristiano’s other films.
    I might know what you all are saying, but I can’t wait to see this Christian movie.

  4. Fred says
    19 March 15, 1:45pm

    My brother has taught geology in two State Universities over the past couple of decades. He uses evolution of course, (and, horror of horrors, mainstream climate science!) in his research, not because he is a Godless atheist, but because it is the only kind of science that actually works. In that time, he says that he has never met anybody in his field who is openly atheist. Perhaps his experience is unusual; both states are “red states”. But this sudden spate of films portraying the typical college campus as crawling with atheists will surely backfire when Christian kids actually go to these schools and try to figure whether these films were deliberately lying or the writers were just ignorant backwaters.

  5. Annelie says
    19 March 15, 5:14pm

    Science, throughout history, has conflicted with the Bible. Then usually many years later, they realize they were wrong, and then it once again aligns with the Bible. There are a lot of Intelligent Design scientists out there and many became believers in God as a result of what they were studying. There are lots of DVD that talk about creation, especially the ones about the animals that really challenge your way of thinking.

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