We have set the standard to low in our modern day Christianity so that the worldliness feels at home in Church.
I've just seen two other Christian movies "Apocalypse" starring Richard Harris as the Apostle John, and "Gone" which is about the Rapture, and has some real thought provoking scenes in it ... But both of course are "B" movies that would only garner the attention of a believer to watch in the first place, because an unsaved person wouldn't give such unpolished cinema a chance ever ... It's like someone on another forum stated, "Hollywood does Hollywood much better than we Christians" ... If the Lord would ever grant me my prayer for a novel I have entitled "The Called" it would first be published, then turned into a screen play for a 300 million dollar movie, directed by Steven Spielberg, and jam packed with state of the art special effects by "Lightworks" that would put Star Wars to shame ... With the Lord's favor, and enough money a Christian epic movie can be made today that would become as classic, and as thought provoking as The Ten Commandments" was when it first came out, and it would change folks lives ... The key being to get folk to "muse" under the guise of "amusement" ... I long for a first class movie that would utilize all of the state of the art modern special effect techniques to attempt a portrayal of Jehovah's awsomeness during His creation of both the invisible and visible realms, how-why and who is satan, angels and the why of demons, right on up till the how and why of the nation of Israel ... A first class, A-one epic all about God and His plan! People tell me I'm crazy about this prayer/dream/hope, but I have it anyway even if it never happens ... But after "Passion of the Christ" it doesn't seem so impossible to me anymore ... All it takes is for ones prayer to coincide with His plan ...
For those of you seeking to exercise dominion in Hollywood, try this resource:[url=http://www.independentchristianfilms.com/]Independent Christian Film Festival[/url]God bless,Matthew
Have you seen the new version of "Joshua." Not the Bible story, "Joshua." But, the modern day, "Joshua." I have found it in the Family section of Blockbuster. Joy
Have you seen the new version of "Joshua."
Thanks for the link to the independent film, it's encouraging to see what others are doing to glorify God!
I've seen Joshua and I really enjoyed it. Obviously a fiction movie, but so wonderful. Really speaks to today's church and modern hypocrisy. I was very pleased with it.[url=http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0271582/]Here's a link.[/url]