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Beware of Christians (2011)

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Four college students travel to Europe to escape their routine faith and gain a radically new perspective on following Jesus.

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Four college students travel to Europe to escape their routine faith and gain a radically new perspective on following Jesus.

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Excellent documentary for young Christian audience
9 December 2015 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I watched this documentary for the first time in 2012. It made me laugh AND gave me a stronger desire to live out the faith I believe in. It is a great combination.

Young Christians who have grown up in the church can totally relate to the humor and the questions that these four guys present. I think the film is definitely made for the young Christian audience that just wants to see someone who's willing to be honest and talk about the topics that Christians sometimes avoid.

As a young Christian filmmaker, this documentary inspired me. The four guys in the film were completely honest about themselves and their struggles, and they didn't hesitate to be the crazy college guys that they were.

I have never seen another Christian-made documentary like this one. Most Christian documentaries are geared towards a much older generation and are often deal with more dramatic/dark issues. It is so refreshing to watch this and see someone else has dealt with the same issues I and many other young Christians have dealt with.

The film is definitely not perfect, but it is entertaining and effective with its unique style and purpose. I would love to see more films and documentaries made for a young Christian audience. I love sharing Beware of Christians with other young Christians and will continue to do so.


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