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A Christian girl, Rachel Whitaker (Jordan Trovillion) goes off to college for her freshman year and begins to be influenced by her popular Biology professor (Harry Anderson) who teaches that evolution is the answer to the origins of life. When Rachel’s father, Stephen Whitaker (Jay Pickett) senses something changing with his daughter, he begins to examine the situation and what he discovers catches him completely off guard. Now very concerned about Rachel drifting away from her Christian faith, he tries to do something about it!

Runtime: 89 min

Release: 2014

Cast: Jordan Trovillian, Jay Pickett, Harry Anderson

Director: Rich Christiano

Writer: Dave Christiano, Rich Christiano

3 thoughts to “A Matter of Faith (2014)

  • Becki

    What a great movie to teach us that even though it’s scary and hard to stand for truth sometimes that we must and that when we turn our lives over to God, He will guide us and truth will always come forth.

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  • Alexis

    The evolution debate monologue near the end of the movie is so so good! I have watched just that scene several times since and I think that is a scene everyone needs to watch. It is perspective changing in the best way. The professor makes a point that with “evidence” on all sides, at the end of the day we have to make a choice and live by faith. Let us choose Jesus, and have faith in His promises.

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  • Cochran Family

    We like this one in our house! Sometimes dedicating our lives to Jesus Christ is uncomfortable and a sacrifice we have to be willing to make, and this movie shows that perfectly. Christian’s can no longer hide under the radar in a neutral position– we are going to be called on to stand for truth and it’s up to us to make sure we’re committed to doing that. This movie really makes you think and reflect on your Faith.

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