Okay, I'm going to stumbling through this scene by scene... It's important to keep the main themes and what the characters and plot elements represent...
So in the beginning we are introduced to two of the protagonists; Paleontologists Dr. Alan Grant and Dr. Elle Setler, (I find it interesting that the initials of their first names are A and E, Adam and Eve?) as they are digging for dinosaur bones out in the desert. Their digging into the earth for artifacts could be interpreted as their seeking of inner knowledge.
We are then introduced to the character of John Hammond. He descends from the sky, via helicopter, to deliver a message to Alan and Elle. In doing so, he shows no concern for their discovery, by carelessly pelting the dinosaur fossils with sand blown from the helicopter rotorblades.
In the Gnostics' backwards religion, Hammond represents God. There are a few subtleties hinting at this right off, like the previous mentioned entry, and the fact that he is dressed in all white clothes. Hammond is portrayed as a bumbling old man that is obsessed with the creation of worlds (theme parks) and the total control of them, to create the most awe-inspiring attractions ever seen. He is portrayed as desperately trying to manage his creations, which are constantly slipping out of his control.
Again, the Gnostics are always trying to invert the truth by depicting God as a foolish control-freak, unworthy of worship. They see Man as his own salvation, instead of Real True Salvation of Jesus Christ. Gnostics worship themselves as gods, and idolize their own thinking as the ultimate authority.
Anyways, Alan(Dr. Grant), confronts Hammond with the revealing question: "Who in God's name are you?", while pointing his index finger at Hammond, who jokingly shakes it. I think this is a play on the iconic "Creation of Adam" painting by Michelangelo, where the depicted God is touching the outstretched finger of Adam.
Hammond informs Alan and Elle that he has created his own biological world on an island called Jurassic Park. Jurassic Park is supposed to represent the Garden of Eden, a perfectly designed world of amazing sights and thrills and attractions for everyone to enjoy.
Hammond wants Alan and Elle to go to Jurassic Park and endorse it for his investors. Hammond asks them, if they like what they see, to "write a testimonial" praising his creation.
Again the Gnostics are trying to paint God as a selfish being who only wanted to create humans so they would praise and worship and write gospels about him, which is another lie. God Loves His Creation.
To be continued...