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Calvinist (2017)

Not Rated | | Documentary | 2 October 2017 (USA)
When a generation finds the theology and practice of the modern church wanting, they turn to the internet for answers. An investigation into the roots of the reformation reveals a theology ... See full summary »

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Les Lanphere
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Credited cast:
R.C. Sproul R.C. Sproul ... Himself
Paul Washer Paul Washer ... Himself
Shai Linne Shai Linne ... Himself
James White James White ... Himself
Michael Horton Michael Horton ... Himself
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Joel Beeke Joel Beeke ... Himself
Timothy Brindle Timothy Brindle ... Himself
R. Scott Clark R. Scott Clark ... Himself
Kevin DeYoung Kevin DeYoung ... Himself
Ligon Duncan Ligon Duncan ... Himself
Summer Jaeger Summer Jaeger ... Herself
John Piper John Piper ... Himself
Joe Thorn Joe Thorn ... Himself
Carl Trueman Carl Trueman ... Himself
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When a generation finds the theology and practice of the modern church wanting, they turn to the internet for answers. An investigation into the roots of the reformation reveals a theology that challenges everything they thought they knew about Christianity.

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Not Rated

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USA

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English

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2 October 2017 (USA) See more »

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Broken Stone Studio See more »
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Calvinist was heavily inspired by another documentary "Amazing Grace: The History and Theology of Calvinism". See more »

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A (mostly) well-made documentary
6 October 2017 | by chadsmoviesSee all my reviews

The information presented in this film was clearly and accurately presented. For the most part, the presentation of said information was easy to follow and memorable. As an added bonus, the film is aesthetically pleasing to look at. My only complaint is with the last twenty minutes or so of the film. I'm not sure if it was the cinematography used, the editing, the musical choices, or some combination of all of these, but it felt like the documentary ended five times. There were seriously five distinct points in the last twenty minutes of the film where I was getting ready to get up from my seat because I thought the film was almost over. This left me feeling like the filmmakers had several different possible endings in mind and just decided to use them all. The information in these last minutes is still good, but it could have been packaged better. All in all, quite informative, and would definitely show this to anyone who is curious about Calvinism's history and teachings.


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