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Based on the novel by Jerry Jenkins "Though None Go With Me" tell the story of a young woman growing up in the 50's who devotes her life to the service of God. All of the hardships and sorrows that befall her test her and cause her to question her faith. Written by
Though none go with me - still I will follow blindly.
This movie was truly enjoyable, it was fun and was a nice movie to watch. It is a supposedly Christian movie, with such themes that are founded in Christ. But as you watch the movie, you realize that it has nothing to do with true faith, but blind-faith. It propagates the idea of blind-faith. Even the pastor in the movie hadn't an idea if God truly exists, but most bible-reading Christians will know that we can easily know, with help of the seal: the Holy Spirit.
So the movie was based on principles that didn't seem biblical - therefore not very Christian. The main character makes a decision to follow God, "though none go with her". But it seems to be that every time she brings up God, it is only in trouble, and seems to be a confusion of emotions. There weren't really any Christian themes in this movie, in fact, but it seemed to have promoted secularism. We have a wolf disguised as a lamb.
In conclusion, it is a romantic, enjoyable movie. But if you are looking for a Christian movie, you might be disappointed by this movie, since it is nothing biblical but secular.
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