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|Format: Word Document|
Vendor: Christianity Today
Publication Date: 2009
|Availability: In Stock|
Series: Movie Discussion Guide Bible Study
The astonishing true story of survival in the harshest conditions on earth.
Each year thousands of Emperor Penguins who eat and swim off the coast of Antarctica walk up to 70 miles inland to breed off the ice and lay their eggs on firm ground. There they must stay through the dark, harsh winter, going months without food, huddled together for warmth, to achieve one goal: the safe hatching of their chicks. Their survival means the survival of their species.
This study guide will help you discuss some of the major themes of March of the Penguins. How can we see the goodness of God in the design and care of the creatures he has made? What can we learn from animals about the value of life and the importance of community?
Discussing the Scenes
--The Goodness of God in His Creation
(Genesis 1:20 25; Psalm 104:24 30; Matthew 6:25 34)
--The Value of Life
(Psalm 17:8 9; Matthew 10:29 31; Genesis 1:26 31; Psalm 121; 139:7 16)
--The Importance of Community
(Ecclesiastes 4:9 12; Hebrews 10:23 25)
As the Credits Roll
March of the Penguins (Warner Independent Pictures and National Geographic Films, 2005), directed by Luc Jacquet, rated G.
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