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Furious Love (2010)

Not Rated | | Documentary | 14 February 2010 (USA)
Follow filmmaker Darren Wilson as he travels to the darkest spiritual climates on the planet to test the limits of God's love.

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Darren Wilson (creator)
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Darren Wilson Darren Wilson ... Himself (voice)
Jeff Jansen Jeff Jansen ... Himself - Minister
J.P. Moreland J.P. Moreland ... Himself - Interviewee / Author
Greg Boyd Greg Boyd ... Himself - Author
George Otis Jr. George Otis Jr. ... Himself - Author
Kris Vallotton Kris Vallotton ... Himself - Pastor
Philip Mantofa Philip Mantofa ... Himself - Pastor
Angela Greenig Angela Greenig ... Herself - Interviewee / Minister
Jason Westerfield Jason Westerfield ... Himself - Minister
Phil Wyman Phil Wyman ... Himself - Pastor
Jan Sjoerd Pasterkamp Jan Sjoerd Pasterkamp ... Himself - Pastor
Annie Dieselberg Annie Dieselberg ... Herself - Interviewee / Minister
Chris Lenty Chris Lenty ... Himself - Minister
Will Hart Will Hart ... Himself - Minister
Frits Rouvoet Frits Rouvoet ... Himself - Minister
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In this follow up to the breakout hit, Finger of God, join filmmaker Darren Wilson as he travels the world to some of the darkest spiritual climates on the planet. His one goal: to put God's love to the test. Demon tents, New Age and Witchcraft festivals, the persecuted church, heroin addicts, the sex trade...they are no match for the raw power of God's unconditional love. This powerful, haunting film will open your eyes to the war raging around us all, and will challenge everything you know about the strength and majesty of a God who furiously fights for us with the greatest weapon in the world...Love. Written by Darren Wilson

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Love fights back.

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

14 February 2010 (USA) See more »

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Zeichen seiner Liebe See more »

Filming Locations:

Arusha, Tanzania See more »

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Wanderlust Productions See more »
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Stereo

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Color

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1.78 : 1
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Darren Wilson: I was praying for this one girl and she started manifesting like a snake. I find that offensive, it's an attack by the Enemy, that's my take on it. So I said "Get out!"
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Christian documentary for the mainstream
13 May 2011 | by markyritchieSee all my reviews

Well I just watched 'Furious Love' by Wonderlust (a small film production company out of Chicago) and I was SHOCKED how much I enjoyed it. I watch a good deal of documentary films and have seen far to many supposed documentaries by Christian film makers such as Jeremiah films that are only self serving to the Christian community, but also poorly edited, and even boring. Most films within the genre are doomed spend there existence within the confines of a church video library, and many don't even deserve that right.

This film, although made by a Christian production group raises some tough questions, and presents an overall worldview that I think most people are at least intrigued by, if not outrightly wanting to discover for themselves. The narrator/director almost by accident stumbles upon what is described to him as spiritual warfare and darkness in parts of the world that we don't normally see in the western world. So the question becomes, does this supposed spiritual darkness really exist? And if so what is the solution, and does the Church, who claims to have answers for everything, actually have the ability to address these issues?

Here is where I will say that I don't think this is just a movie for supposed believers in the spiritual world, or for people in the church to watch to make them feel better about their faith or worldview. I think what the movie presents is potentially good evidence to believe that there is more to life than the natural world as we know it. The movie should be viewed as a real discussion piece as to whether there does indeed exist a spiritual world, and whether or not there is both inherent good and evil at work in such a world/paradigm. It is pretty difficult to rationally explain some of the claims and even manifestations that are described and even captured by the film by the naturalist world view. Either everyone in the film is insane, massively deluded, or we have ourselves a bit of a problem if you believe that the natural scientific world is all there is and that ultimate good and evil are inventions and have no real metaphysical foundations

I think this is a pretty good piece of documentary film making that tells a good story. Most people may not agree with the conclusions but it raises great questions, and that is what good documentaries do. This is a great potential discussion piece for both the chrisitan faith as well as human spirituality as a whole, don't watch it alone!


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