On Christmas Eve, Lefty is a homeless and unemployed alcoholic loser that will lose the right to see his son. In despair, he trades a gun and is ready to heist a convenience store and ... See full summary »
Kirk B.R. Woller
Inspired by a scene in the Christian novel "Left Behind", in which a video created years before by a pastor explains why millions of Christians have seemingly vanished. The video is presented as an actual production of the fictional Pastor Vernon Billings and the New Hope Village Church. There is no title screen, and the actor portraying Billings is not credited. See more »
Pastor Vernon Billings:
But as this tape was recorded beforehand, and I'm confident that I will be gone, you're probably asking yourself, "How did he know?"
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A production of New Hope Village Church Mt. Prospect, Illinois Vernon Billings, Pastor (The church and Billings are fictional.) See more »
It's pretty goofy how people of this persuasion think they know they're getting snatched away for eternity, and how it's an American phenomenon. But for those who have studied the origin of the ideas and how they date to the 19th century (except for 1 quote from a no-name in the 4th century). So not only would I not recommend this video for anything other than comedic value, I also think it's pretty funny that the very non-scholarly "Are we living in the end times" was also recommended. Again, if you actually want to read good commentary on what makes the "Left Behind" theology so funny try "The Rapture Trap"
Otherwise, you may end up believing that by "believing" you'll disappear into thin air and be stuck with Mike Seaver to battle the devil in a 7 year tribulation where a bunch of bad things will happen (other than Left Behind 3 - the movie) and we'll all be fooled by the antichrist.
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