Against the Tide is a travelogue, a science documentary, an excursion into history, an autobiography and more! But at heart, it is the story of one man’s daring stand against the tide of contemporary atheism and its drive to add belief in God to society’s catalogue of dead ideas.
“I have taken a stand against atheism because I am convinced that it is perilously built on false premises and misinterpretations of evidence. Some of it is from science and some of it is from history. Properly understood, the evidence inexorably points to the existence of a creator God.”
“If that’s true, the world needs to hear about it!”
In a film that, for the first time, brings together the evidence from science and evidence from history, follow John Lennox’s battle for the truth about God, told throughout this journey with a difference - and experience the difference the evidence can make!
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, our screenings have yet to be scheduled. Please check back soon for all scheduled worldwide screenings of Against the Tide.
“An excellent combination of apologetic and historical debate that comes to life with actual visits to the sites.”
“This could both challenge sceptics and equip believers in a really significant way.”
Find out more in the Against the Tide Companion Guide about what John Lennox has to say on some of the big topics raised in the film. Building the content exclusively around statements from the dialogue, Professor Lennox expands on the themes in a way that is impossible to do in a film production.Order Now
Against the Tide is likely to prompt questions and further discussion about any of the big issues in the film. It is likely that you will have the opportunity – or even the need – to follow up on issues arising. There are book and film resources available and recommended – for individual as well as group study.
Pensmore Films, USA, is prioritising cinematic screenings, especially in the USA but in other countries too. This would be followed by TV opportunities and the use of the film by churches, either large churches operating independently or a number of smaller churches working together in a local area. In the current global health crisis the priority order is being reviewed.