A survey has concluded that Christian moviegoers want to see films that are biblically accurate. The poll, conducted by Christian News Service and American Insights, found that âhistorical and biblical accuracy is importantâ to most Christians.
Specific findings of the survey included the following:
79 percent of Christian respondents indicated the importance of biblical accuracy for Christian films
74 percent of Christian respondents said they are likely to see a Christian film
S.Taylor wrote: A.W.Tozer wrote a whole long article on this subject almost 60 years ago entitled "The Menace of The Religious Movie". Read it and find out why Christians should not even be having this discussion on Movies today. What Tozer wrote ended the debate for me. His logic and reasoning, though hard to swallow, was flawless and thoroughly biblical.
A.W.Tozer wrote a whole long article on this subject almost 60 years ago entitled "The Menace of The Religious Movie". Read it and find out why Christians should not even be having this discussion on Movies today. What Tozer wrote ended the debate for me. His logic and reasoning, though hard to swallow, was flawless and thoroughly biblical.
John Yurich USA wrote: The Cecil B. DeMille Bible movies are biblically accurate.
Correction: Pharoah perished in the Red Sea - in DeMille's version (The 10 Commandments) he lived to go home to his queen, and btw if I remember correctly the movie doesn't go thorough all of the commandments
Don't Count...the article I referenced was from the John Ankerberg site so you might look over it, as well as the second article is by an ex-catholic who has a wholesome dislike for the Romish Church It's worth reading as well. I should point out I never saw Gibson's movie.
I enjoyed Cecil B. DeMille Bible movies, but yes, the Book is much better than any movie.
This is weak. We have to always remember that supporting these films helps pay for 99% of the garbage they produce that doesn't have God attached to it. Hollywood is taking us for the weak Christians that we are. Slap Jesus on it and we'll buy it. Sorry, but I don't need that machine telling or selling me any of their garbage. My Bible is accurate enough.
John Yurich USA wrote: 50 years ago or so films made about Bible subjects were biblically accurate. Really:What does ROTFL stand for?
Still haven't figured out what films you would think are Biblically accurate. Jim from Lincoln, Mel Gibson's film was filled with lots of extra Biblical Catholic myths.(ie Raven plucked out eye of unrepentant thief)It was a thoroughly Catholic film.
Considering there is still some controversy over Mel Gibson's movie, "The Passion of Christ," which by John Ankerberg's account was an accurate movie, More Questions about "The Passion of Christ (PDF), there seems to be a common opinion, one thing it wasn't -- that's entertaining. There was a much problem with the antisemitism Of the movie maker Mel Gibson, q.v., The Passion of the Christ â a Film by Mel Gibson* then the movie itself? One should go to source, The Bible, to make sure a film is accurate, and it never carries the baggage of heresy