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Time Changer isn't perfect, but this movie has an insightful and important point. If we separate morality from Jesus and the Bible, then morality becomes relative and, in many ways, irrelevant.
I was reading the other very negative reviews, which I think only prove the point the filmmaker was making. I understand why many won't like this movie. It's calling us to rethink what we see as regular living. Perhaps we have fallen down a slippery slope of morality and if we were to see the perspective from a person 100 years prior, we might be shocked at how far we have fallen.
Not to say life was idyllic and crime-free in 1890. Neighborhoods were not perfect, but I think we can all admit it was a simpler time sure, it took almost a whole day to wash a few pieces of clothes and bake a loaf of bread but morally, the United States was known as a nation who adhered to the Bible and its standards. Even those opposed to Christianity still touted its benefits to living in a society where kindness, respect, love and goodness reign. Did some people then twist Scripture to make it fit what they wanted? Of course, as people did 2,000 years ago with the earliest manuscripts of the New Testament and as people do today.
Time Changer has some mediocre acting and the beginning takes a long, repetitive time to get going. But overall, the movie strikes a balance between thought provoking and entertaining.
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