Movies We Should Make!

Originally posted on The Recovering Legalist:


noah-280314I know, we’ve heard about all we want to hear about Noah, the unbelievably un-biblical movie meant to be a slap in the face to Bible-believers everywhere. That’s why I am not going to give you any commentary; you’ve probably read it all by now.

One thing is for sure (and this movie proves it in spades), whenever you go to a movie you’re likely to be disappointed if you think the screen adaptation is going to be as good as the book. Seriously, how often are movies as good as the books they are loosely based on? About the only ones I can think of are the first Narnia movie (Lion, Witch, and the Wardrobe) and the version of A Christmas Carol that had George C. Scott in it. That’s about it.

Noah’s story, as found in the Bible, is perfectly exciting. It is full…

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The “Son of God” Movie Is NOT What We Think–Do You Know The Voice of Your Master

Christopher Perdue (thebiblestop):

A great article, and a must read for any Christian who has seen or is considering seeing the movie “Son of God.”

Originally posted on The Last Hiker:

Last year the History Channel featured the epic television event, “The Bible Series,” which was produced by Roma Downey and her husband Mark Burnett. This show captivated audiences and became the talk of many churches. Churches even purchased pre-written sermons to go along with the show, which according to made it into 180,000 churches.

Roma and Mark were endlessly interviewed in Christian magazines, and on Christian radio. All along saying that they were sold out Christians and believers filled with the Holy Spirit.

And the churches bought it.

They promoted it.

And yet, as I watched “The Bible Series,” I personally became furious at how much they twisted the word of God. Not just omitting things for the sake of time–but changing the theme, the message, and the nature of Bible characters, and the nature of God Himself.

That is inexcusable.

God will judge that.

I was furious.


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Chrislam Continues to Grow. This is a BAD Thing!

I just came across a short article about how the “emergent” church is more and more approving of the bastard religion called Chrislam. This is a joining of Christianity and Islam as supposedly worshiping the same God.

This is a lie straight from the pits of hell, part of the last days apostasy warned about in 2Thessalonians 2. Jesus also warned of the false prophets and teachers in the last days who would claim to believe Jesus is the Christ, but would really be deceivers.

Be warned! Be aware and awake to the many deceptions going on around you, that you not be taken in.

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Quit Messing with Israel

Whenever America tries to strike a peace deal between Israel and “Palestine” that involves Israel giving up land, America is hit with natural disasters. Check out the article linked here to see.

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Book Review

Christopher Perdue (thebiblestop):

I have read this book, and agree completely with the reviewer’s comments. A very good book, and one I would not hesitate to recommend.

Originally posted on All Along the Watchtower:

The topic of today’s post is Antichrist before the Day of the Lord, a book by Alan Kurschner, which was released late 2013. I came across Alan Kurschner by way of Joel Richardson’s blog ( Alan Kurschner’s website is called Eschatos Ministries ( and it is devoted to eschatological matters, both doctrinal and practical (i.e. how a Christian should live in light of Christ’s Return). Kurschner’s view of the Rapture is ‘Pre-Wrath’ and he has made freely available a helpful chart that summarizes this position. (


Links to PDFs of the table of contents and table of illustrations can be found at the bottom of this page (

The book’s main purpose is to present a careful, systematic argument in favour of the Pre-Wrath position. In the early chapters it also serves as an introduction to the different schools of eschatology and certain important features of the end times…

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