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- Was Jesus a pacifist? For eliminating Second Amendment?
- Is God more interested in drawing one into a deep relationship with Him or merely throwing out Q&A answers to satisfy intellectual curiosity?
- Reflecting on Hallmark movies
- Why doesn’t God keep Christians from committing suicide? He is supposed to supply all a Christian’s needs? (Phil 4.19)
Category Archives: movies-films
Taste in movies varies widely, even among Christians. As a repeat viewer of many Hallmark films I offer my evaluation of them as a whole. Exceptions exist! Generally what do I see as their pluses and minuses? Pluses: little titillation … Continue reading
I am excited about this Christian-produced movie I just viewed. JOSEPH is TV-G rated. Martin Landeau played Jacob. (1) The spiritual truths the film emphasized to me were Joseph’s steadfast commitment to God in various situations. That’s strong. For example … Continue reading
We viewed this TBN film last night. I see it as a Christian film—no cursing, nudity, drunkenness, drugs, porn or sex. The story line is three young adults are on a business flight to Indonesia. Their plane crash lands. They … Continue reading
This Hallmark channel film An Old Fashioned Christmas is a winner. It takes place in horse and buggy days in Ireland. This romance encompasses assorted morality and character issues: pride, laziness, irresponsibility, mate selection, social classes, drunkenness, immorality, confessing wrongs, … Continue reading
I like this 2015 Hallmark film, I’m Not Ready For Christmas. It’s truly a modern Pinocchio or Aesop’s Fable. A young, single ad executive, Alicia Witt is addicted to telling fibs, lies and lame excuses. Others see it but to … Continue reading
1. The movie, “Noah” is not about the biblical, Noah. As the film producers obviously wanted a make-believe story why use Noah? Was it to give cred, name recognition? Did they want it both ways? 2. It does not … Continue reading
This post begins a new category of films – those TPPC does not recommend. Occasionally a film comes along that gets some attention but is still not biblically straight or unedifying or deserves comment for some reason. Such is LIFE OF PI, in … Continue reading