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December 17, 2007

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I guess I'm gonna hafta download the show and listen to it.

I wasn't aware that it was possible to get any kind of a Christian
worldview from watching movies, much less a "consistent, coherent" one!

I wonder if it's as good as The D'oh of Homer.

I agree with Mike. There are alot of Good movies out there, but I think a true Godly "worldview" can only consistently be based on the Bible and its complete authenticity. It is nice when a movie can augment one's belief system. This makes for a great movie!!

Um, how about listening to the program before making assumptions? No one is saying you get your Christian worldview through movies.

I don't understand why movies have a rep for being somehow inherently "anti-Christian" in worldview. If a movie can accurately portray a worldview or even simple ideas that disagree(s) with Christianity, why couldn't another accurately portray Christian ideas and/or a Christian worldview?

Hey Paul,

>>I don't understand why movies have a rep for being somehow inherently "anti-Christian" in worldview.

I'm confused. Who said they did? I'm not sure where you're getting this.

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