The Rapture has come and gone. In it's wake, a wasteland filled with desperate bandits. Josh McManus, a drifter with a knack for fighting, must find the mysterious "Shepherd" - a dangerous mission that will put his faith to the test.
David A.R. White,
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Revelation Road 2: The Sea of Glass and Fire continues the thrilling odyssey of Josh McManus, as he struggles to return home to his wife and daughter. Helping Josh on his epic quest is a local Sheriff, the over-eager sidekick Beth, and the renegade biker Cat. Chasing Josh at every turn is brutal outlaw Hawg and his loyal gang of homicidal bikers.Written by
At the end of the movie, Josh drops the mag on the Glock, throws it away, then throws the Glock away. The toy Glock shown still has the magazine in and a grip cover that comes off. (A real Glock is all a one-piece polymer frame.) See more »
Didn't you see what happened last night? That was like the express elevator to Heaven.
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I have been a Christian for over fifty years; I have been in pastoral ministry over thirty years. I believe I have a good handle on the Word and the Christian life. This film says absolutely nothing about either. From the standpoint of the "rapture" (so called) the film is totally lacking in a Biblical foundation. I am not sure what a non-believer would think about what is portrayed here, except that perhaps there is a second chance following Christ's return. This could not be further from the truth. And the last thirty seconds wherein God is portrayed by a scruffy old man welcoming someone who has spent the majority of his life in a motorcycle gang and knows nothing of Christ, absolute nonsense. Don't writers and producers of these films read the Word before producing them. Perhaps they should view a fine film like "Fireproof" wherein the Gospel message is graciously and fully presented before making up biblical fairy tales. Now please, don't think I am trying to be harsh for harshness sake, I am trying to wake up the alleged Christian film making community into putting Scriptural truth into their films and stop trying to attract the world through violence that they can get anywhere else. This is the Living Word of the Living God they're attempting to put on film. They must do it prayerfully, and reverently and honestly. God will use nothing less.
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