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SATURDAY, JUL 20, 2013  |  16 comments
Kirk Cameron: YouTube Blocks ‘Unstoppable,’ Labels as ‘Spam, Scam, Deceptive’

Charisma News reported earlier Friday that Kirk Cameron’s new film Unstoppable encountered adversity Thursday when Facebook apparently blocked all posts that promote the film. Now YouTube is reportedly censoring the movie.

In a new post on his Facebook page Friday afternoon, the Christian actor and producer thanked his fans for their support.

“Victory!! Friends, you did it! People tried to stop Unstoppable on Facebook, and because millions of us joined together as one voice, Facebook has apologized and welcomed us back,” he wrote.

Cameron said his supporters demonstrated to the press “that the communities of faith, hope, and love are, well … unstoppable.” ...


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News Item7/23/13 4:35 AM
John UK | Wales  Find all comments by John UK
Dylan wrote:
Books such as the Song of Solomon are almost entirely role playing romantic fantasy despite what rambling books from Calvin and others try to read into it.
There are plenty of Christians who will disagree entirely with you concerning the Canticles, seeing in them a deeply spiritual content. I believe I am right in saying that Christ is to be found in every single book of the Bible, having the pre-eminence, and that redemption by him and his shed blood is the theme throughout.

However, you are perfectly entitled to your opinion, and you rightly have the freedom to express it. We should treasure such freedoms, for where would debate be without them?

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News Item7/22/13 10:44 PM
Dylan  Find all comments by Dylan
oxymoron wrote:
How can one claim to be an actor/director/christian? this is an oxymoron
You are an oxymoron. The entire Bible is a historical screenplay with a large cast of characters.

Just reading the bible outloud is an act of roleplaying, the best of readers can take on the emotions and feelings of those speaking within the events they were living in. Next time you read the bible to others, make sure you read in absolute monotone with no "acting" expression of emotions and see how holy you think it is and how much people are interested in listening.

Books such as the Song of Solomon are almost entirely role playing romantic fantasy despite what rambling books from Calvin and others try to read into it.

The most important thing to learn from worldly acting is how a master of it can deceive you into believing he is someone he is not. This should teach you about con men atheists like Benny Hinn and how they are able to do what they do, it is merely acting skills.

Spies in the Bible were actors as well, playing a role for the protection of God's people.

Like any tool, it can be used for evil or good. Many people in wars have been saved from people who intervened with good acting techniques in order to manipulate a deadly situa

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News Item7/22/13 7:13 AM
Christopher000 | Rhode Island  Find all comments by Christopher000
I don't think any born again Christian can work within the music, fashion, or film industries without having to compromise themselves in some way. Not on the secular side anyway. I guess there are many career choices that would cause conflict, such as used car salesman, criminal attorney, various brokers, most types of commission based sales positions, and the list goes on. I'm not saying it can't be done but it's very difficult not to compromise withsome career choices.
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News Item7/21/13 12:50 PM
John for JESUS | Atl  Find all comments by John for JESUS
What is this movie about? Is it worth watching?
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News Item7/21/13 11:51 AM
John Yurich USA | USA  Find all comments by John Yurich USA
oxymoron wrote:
I am here to point out the obvious hypocrisy, the elephant in the room ...
Christian Actor? really?
lets see act is to pretend to fantasize
in essence to lie, and isn't acting what brought about through years of evolution Hollywood and all its inglorious sin?
so what about this revelry?
How can one claim to be an actor/director/christian? this is an oxymoron
The late D. James Kennedy Presbyterian minister from Fort Lauderdale, Florida did not consider it an oxymoron for a Christian to be an actor if they only did Christian movies.
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News Item7/21/13 11:20 AM
oxymoron | Wisconsin  Find all comments by oxymoron
I am here to point out the obvious hypocrisy, the elephant in the room ...
Christian Actor? really?
lets see act is to pretend to fantasize
in essence to lie, and isn't acting what brought about through years of evolution Hollywood and all its inglorious sin?
so what about this revelry?
How can one claim to be an actor/director/christian? this is an oxymoron
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News Item7/20/13 1:44 PM
Nayle  Find all comments by Nayle
Mike wrote:
You mean like not being required to bake a wedding cake for a "homosexual wedding"? Or providing a room for them in a B&B?
Yes. Wouldn't you agree?
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News Item7/20/13 12:35 PM
Mike | New York  Find all comments by Mike
Nayle wrote:
Facebook is private property. Constitutionally they can do what they want with their own property.
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You mean like not being required to bake a wedding cake for a "homosexual wedding"? Or providing a room for them in a B&B?
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News Item7/20/13 12:33 PM
Ricardo | USA  Find all comments by Ricardo
Forgive I had to look up the word dichotomies first.

To respond to your response, I once did and now I don't. Feel free to do what you want.

John 3:16

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News Item7/20/13 12:17 PM
Nayle  Find all comments by Nayle
Ricardo wrote:
So the bigger question, is why
do Christians believe they can set out false dichotomies and then tell other people what to do?

But of course, you are just asking a question, aren't you?

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News Item7/20/13 12:16 PM
John UK | Wales  Find all comments by John UK
Ricardo wrote:
So the bigger question, is why as Christians do we continue to use Facebook? If you're love for Christ is stronger than your use of Facebook, then discontinue (or is it?)
Romans 12:2
I cannot continue to use it as I've never ever joined it. Is that what you mean? That everyone ought to follow my example?

Or is the Holy Spirit's leading and guiding within the hearts of God's elect sufficient for every occasion? I believe so, myself.

PayPal recently credited some poor chap's account with several quadrillion. Ha! By the time he logged on, the error had been rectified.

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News Item7/20/13 12:04 PM
Ricardo | USA  Find all comments by Ricardo
So the bigger question, is why as Christians do we continue to use Facebook? If you're love for Christ is stronger than your use of Facebook, then discontinue (or is it?)
Romans 12:2
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News Item7/20/13 11:11 AM
Nayle  Find all comments by Nayle
John Yurich USA wrote:
What is with Facebook and all other liberal media outfits? Why do they continue to try and stop constitutional activity when they know that they can't get away with it? Why don't they learn their lesson?
Facebook is private property. Constitutionally they can do what they want with their own property.

Keep your papist tyranny to yourself, thank you.

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News Item7/20/13 8:37 AM
Mr b  Find all comments by Mr b
That's one of many many reasons to delete Facebook accounts.
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News Item7/20/13 7:00 AM
Christopher000 | Rhode Island  Find all comments by Christopher000
What's amazing is how facebook can be used to promote porn, hatred, racism, gang banging, illicit drugs, bullying, every cult/false religion known to mankind, homosexuality, etc, but watch out when you try to do anything born again Christian related, or speak out in disgust over the current administrations raping and financial genocide of the American people.
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News Item7/20/13 5:46 AM
John Yurich USA | USA  Find all comments by John Yurich USA
What is with Facebook and all other liberal media outfits? Why do they continue to try and stop constitutional activity when they know that they can't get away with it? Why don't they learn their lesson?
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