In rural Alabama, two couples find themselves in a fight for survival. Running from a maniac (The Tin Man) bent on killing them, they flee deep into the woods and seek refuge in a house. ... See full summary »
The death of his 15-year-old friend sparks Kirk Cameron to address the question of why bad things happen to good people. Through storytelling and dramatizations, Cameron goes back to the ... See full summary »
T.S. Turner is a former boxer who is accussed of a murder he didn't commit. All was lost but, thanks to public defender Amanda Taler, he was proven innocent. Now he works as private eye and... See full summary »
Kirk Hartman is no longer a mischievous screw up teenage son and school kid but has a job as a graphical artist and lives alone in the city where he works. When his parents move to Europe, ... See full summary »
Get a bunch of preachers, all with different theolgy, stick them all on a TV series where they interview other preachers with different theology. Some pastors have interesting theories (espesially the ones that agree with me) and some- don't. For example, to get people to watch his (utterly horrible piece of trash) movie, "The Omega Code", Paul Crouch stated on the air that it was a box office hit. What kind of desperate Christian is that? Also, T. D. Jakes, while supposedly Pentecostal, believes Jesus was not the Messiah. I, being Pentecostal, smell a fake. Finally, Hal Lindsey has had silly theories on the end times for decades now, always too suspisious, with several accusations of the AntiChrist. Jack van Impe (and NOT his irritating wife, Rexella) and John Hagee are the best of the bunch. Watch it for the chemistry between the witnesses, but if you want some serious stuff, watch each minister's own TBN series.
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