Has science forced God into the margins, or has it merely caused us to reconsider the “God question” in new ways?  Can faith survive the challenge of science, or even find harmony with it?  Test of Faith, an award winning three-part documentary from the Faraday Institute, seeks to shed light on issues at the very heart of these major questions about the intersection of science and religion.  The DVD is scheduled for release on July 3rd, alongside an accompanying book and teaching materials that aim to help churches and laymen engage in these serious and important questions of faith.

For more on the film, as well as links to related websites and resources, be sure to visit the Test of Faith website.

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