I liked the movie God’s Not Dead…well, sort of (A Christian’s perspective)

The Tuesday Reblog
I haven’t reblogged anybody in quite some time, which is unfair because there are some really deserving bloggers/blogposts out there. Anyway, here, in my opinion, is one of them. It’s also not unrelated to that Theology Thursday post I wrote at the end of July, or to the one I hope to write this week. Nice one, Chris. Thanks for moving my thoughts along.

Chris Martin Writes

Let’s be honest. People tend to get a little crazy when it comes to Christian movies. Big example: Noah. People were up in arms because the story wasn’t accurate with the Biblical version. We rented it the other night, and I was highly disappointed. And not because it wasn’t in alignment with Scripture. The movie was horrible. I was expecting Gladiator meets Genesis, and we ended up with 2.5 hours of boredom. I almost dozed off a couple of times. The special effects were pretty cool in a couple parts, but overall, it was a sleep fest.

With Hollywood so completely saturated with filth, I have to admit it is refreshing when something labeled as “Christian” catapults onto the big screen. It’s rare these days that we can take our children to see something clean, void of the normal cursing and violence.

When God’s Not Dead arrived, I was very…

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2 thoughts on “I liked the movie God’s Not Dead…well, sort of (A Christian’s perspective)

    • Haha–thanks! Classes have started this week, which means even MORE theology in my head, and even LESS of it on the blog. (Oh wait. That’s probably not possible.)

      I actually saw Noah after reading this post, and my reaction was different, but I still liked what this writer was saying. Maybe someday (because I’m never current with these things anyway), I’ll blog about that!

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