Racing to the End of Time

DVD Release: June 10, 1997
Racing to the End of Time


Society continues to move at an ever increasing faster pace. Are new trends and innovations outracing our common sense?

Dove Review

“Racing to the End of Time” is a fascinating look at the countdown on God’s end times’ chronometer. Join Peter and Paul LaLonde and others as they examine the evidence that points to the eventual coming of the Lord.

Sue Rogers of “This Week in Bible Prophecy” speaks of the explosion of knowledge that has taken place in the last several years, as prophesied by the prophet Daniel and recorded in Daniel 12:4. In 1899, Charles H. Duell, commissioner of the U.S. Office of Patents, said, “everything that can be invented has been invented.” We have come a long way since then, inventing space ships, computers, and other inventions.

The documentary also examines the amount of sex allowed on TV. This documentary is very informative and educational. We are pleased to award it our Dove “Faith-Friendly” Seal for ages 12+.

Content Description

Faith: None
Violence: Reenactment of Gettysburg, soldiers being shot.
Sex: TV clip of woman singing to kids about bi-sexuality; in another TV clip, girl says to young man, "we have sex, do with me what you will."
Language: H-1.
Violence: Reenactment of Gettysburg, soldiers being shot.
Drugs: Brandy offered to people in reenactment but it is turned down; alcohol poured; cocaine comment.
Nudity: A thin child, nude from the waist down, is seen but it is not graphic; shirtless men; a drawing of the stages of evolution show man's genitalia; woman in shorts; mild cleavage.
Other: Young boy says he likes "Nightmare on Elm Street" and Freddy Krueger; mentioned some have the "I am a god" attitude; comment that kids who once had a séance were looking for a supernatural experience.


Company: Cloud Ten Pictures
Writer: Andre van Heerden
Director: Andre van Heerden
Producer: Paul Lalonde
Genre: Documentary
Runtime: 58 min.
Starring: Peter LaLonde
Reviewer: Edwin L. Carpenter