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|Format: Word Document|
Vendor: Christianity Today
Publication Date: 2009
|Availability: In Stock|
Series: Movie Discussion Guide Bible Study
If you could bring someone back from the dead through human cloning would you?
Godsend is a what if thriller about the legal, ethical, and moral implications of human engineering. What would happen if human cloning became available? Could the option of resurrecting a lost loved one become an actual temptation? How do these ethical issues take on additional meaning for Christians who believe God created human beings in his image? Why are bio-future thrillers like Godsend, Gattica (which explores a world of designer children), and Alien Resurrection (in which alien and human DNA are mixed to form a hybrid being) so compelling?
Discussing the Scenes
(1 Samuel 28:1 20; Luke 16:19 31)
--Faith in Science
(Genesis 3:1 24; Genesis 11:1 8)
(Numbers 5:1 4; Mark 5:1 20; John 9:1 41)
--Dealing with the Devil
(Genesis 3:1 24; Matthew 4:1 11)
--What s the Source of Life?
(Genesis 2:4 25; Psalm 139:13 16)
(Genesis 37:12 36; Jeremiah 9:4 6)
As the Credits Roll
Godsend (Lions Gate Films, 2004), rated PG-13.
Photo © Copyright Lions Gate Films
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