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David A.R. White,
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David A.R. White
When a pastor is shaken by the visible faith of a street corner preacher, he is reminded that true belief always requires action. His response ignites a journey that impacts everyone it touches in ways that only God could orchestrate.
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Stop the movie! You must stop this movie! The man on the screen just blasphemed the name of the lord! There must be some mistake! You must stop this movie! This is an abomination!
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I've just seen this film, and being a non-Christian, in fact, non-religious, some things almost made me laugh.
According to the main character, all scientific teachings are false if they contradict the Bible.
Are we REALLY meant to expect that the Bible is the Truth, no matter what? Should we give up on everything that science has found yet isn't in the Bible?
He preaches about how things would be better if we followed the Bible and forgo everything else that we have accomplished.
This is where the story falls flat on it's face - are we really meant to revert to Biblical ethics? If so, when should we start stoning people for committing adultery?
Times have moved on - they have changed - without certain points, this film would have been a lot better, but it's almost humorous the way that it's blaming the state of society on films, that the Bible is 100% correct on everything.
And is America REALLY the state of the whole world? I'm sure that the rest of the population might complain about that.
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