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Finger of God

4.6 out of 5 stars 343 customer reviews

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Hundreds raised from the dead. Manna appearing in the Pentagon. Gemstones falling from the sky. Teenagers healing perfect strangers on the street. This isn't old time religion. This is a new beginning. A spiritual revolution. This is Finger of God.

Prepare to go on a dizzying journey around the world--from the streets of Northern California to the mud huts of Africa; from the underground church in China to the Gypsies in Eastern Europe--you will be challenged and encouraged by the extraordinary things God is doing in our world today. Born out of filmmaker Darren Wilson's personal journey of two years and hundreds of hours of footage, Finger of God will show you a world you never knew existed. A world of hope and courage. A world where God's fingerprints are found in the unlikeliest of places.

Now with subtitles and menus in 14 languages including English, Simplified Chinese, Traditional Chinese, Czech, Dutch, Finnish, French, German, Indonesian, Korean, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, and Spanish!

Product Details

  • Directors: Darren Wilson
  • Producers: Wanderlust Productions
  • Format: NTSC, Color, Widescreen
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English
  • Region: All Regions
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.78:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated:
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  • Studio: WP Films
  • Run Time: 105.00 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (343 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00116495O
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #9,194 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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By T. Kulin on December 17, 2007
Format: DVD
Ever wondered if miracles really happen? Think the age of miracles is past? Think again! The film maker claims to have captured miracles occurring in real time, and he delivers. In this film, the director goes world-wide documenting God's supernatural move on the earth today. You'll see footage from the US, Mozambique Africa, China, Bulgaria...I can't even remember all the places. You really do see deaf ears opened and the lame healed. This is the most powerful evidence for the existence of the God of the Bible I've ever encountered. If you want to have your faith built, your heart encouraged, and maybe your theology challenged, you need to see this film.
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This film will destroy all the images of pasty-faced, up-tight, crabby, hypocritical Christianity that are out there. You see people who genuinely love God and because of that, also love others. Real Christianity lived out in normal, everyday lives, showing the world around them an incredible, personal God. And this film will leave you with a desire to live that way as well. No more stilted religion, but a living, breathing relationship with a God more real than anything we can see here on Earth. Life changing!
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The supernatural attracts me. Sometimes I'm skeptical, sometimes gullible, sometimes convinced, but I'm always interested. The Finger of God stirred neither doubt or blind faith, it left me excited and rationally convinced--if anyone can be rational about miracles. I've watched it more than once, and I'll watch it again. Each time I it, I see and hear something new. Something that challenges me and provokes me to rise above the unbelief of my culture. There's an energy about it that inspires me-- and pushes me closer to God. This is not a movie for fence sitters, it may enrage the pharisees to criticism and release the saints to ask for more of God.
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As most people will rate this movie based on their strong opinions on whether they agree or disagree with the content, I'd like to take a different approach. I thought Finger Of God was incredible for multiple reasons.

First off, with a budget of $20,000, Darren Wilson does a fantastic job producing this film. I have seen more documentaries that I care to admit that couldn't match Darren's production value with a higher budget. Second, Darren does a tremendous job of documenting in a clear and honest way with no smoke and mirrors and no 'slick talk' like you see in other documentaries. The content in this piece is so sensitive and Mr. Wilson did a great job presenting it without making the watcher feel uncomfortable.

I consider myself a charasmatic skeptic so most of the film resonated with me. However there were a few parts where I wanted to believe what was going on (gems from heaven) but wanted more proof. But after much consideration, I don't believe that giving proof was any kind of theme in this movie, nor did it need to be. A documentary can 'document' without having to go into argumentative detail on its findings. And with much of the content in this movie, there will always be a burden of proof. If Mr. Wilson would have put a gemologist in his film to prove the gems were in fact real, it still wouldn't have appeased the skeptics and it would have helped the timbre of the film at all.

Even though I'm still a tad skeptical on a few of its topics (I just can't get my head around the gems) it doesn't mean in any way its a bad movie. People that never study things they disagree with lead very boring lives. But the things that I agreed with, resonated with me so much that I fell in love with this movie.
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This documentary will alter your preconceptions about how God works today, even if you have wondered if there is a God at all! In a series of fascinating interviews and live footage, the director takes us from the USA, where inexplicable 'miracles' occur to very ordinary people, to many other parts of the globe, which I found even more interesting, showing incredible surges of Christian growth, inspired or fueled by miraculous events and healings. I have heard many times of such things, and was not sure how to think about it, as I had no independent means of verification. With this movie, you can actually see people being healed of deafness, and lameness, and hear a first hand account of a man being raised from the dead (from the man himself). I know it sounds unbelievable, but you should see it. There's no trickery, just Christians sincerely praying for people. Check it out, it will blow you away!
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This movie changes the way a person thinks of God! We've put Him in a box according to our limitations. But He is not limited. His normal for us is so far beyond what we live, and this movie propels me to want more---to live in God's normal, which is to change people's lives no matter what the circumstances. My first response to someone's sickness needs to be, "can I pray for you? God wants to touch you!"
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Before you say non-believer and look for a 5-star review, I want to say that this movie is uplifting, and I am a deep believer in Christ and in miracles. The problem with this movie, is that it is trying to show that God still does miracles today, and that we have the ability to tap into that heavenly reality. I could sum it up in saying that Darren Wilson is showing ordinary people receiving extra-ordinary miracles.

While being an uplifting movie, that is where the good ends. As a documentary, I do not think Darren Wilson gives enough evidence for what he sets out to prove. There is only two miracles actually shown from before to after, and both could be explained through psychological expectation (pain going away because the brain creates endorphins in expectation of miracle). The really fantastic miracles are seen only after the healing. I believe in miracles, but why can't he even film at least one mind blowing miracle from beginning to end? He is always too late to get the actual healing on film.

He did not even try to prove the miracles he missed. In the Catholic Church they will interview family members, friends, and doctors to prove a miracle. It's not rocket science, just do a little more investigating. I would like to point out, that this type of investigation has been used since the early days of church. It is simple, say a lady is healed of blindness. Okay, then interview her friends and family. Most people will not turn down being on a movie especially if the miracle is real. As a documentary, we do not need necessarily need hardcore evidence, but we could use a little more eye-witnesses from those who knew the person who was healed.

I do not think Darren Wilson is a liar and faked the miracles. I believe he is just inexperienced.
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