Can we please leave behind Left Behind?

left behind movie

I haven’t seen it.

I don’t want to.

There’s a meme going around with this picture, but it says, “Please don’t take unbelievers to this movie.” (Satan).

So I thought I’d have fun with it.

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3 Responses

  1. Jarred H says:

    I’m considering going to see it for two reasons:

    1. I have friends and family who may see it or at least exposed to the ideas in it. It might be helpful to be able to know exactly what kind of garbage it’s spewing forth.

    2. Nicolas Cage.

  2. mike says:

    I think there is something very curious (and manipulative?) about all the faith based movies out this year. I believe it’s more than just a coincidence. It’s as if the Motion Picture Industry, under the direct request of the Government (it happens), is attempting to inject the public psyche with a dose of Faith/Hope as a coping mechanism in preparation for what may be coming down the pike to us.

    @Jarred: yeah, I like Nicholas Cage too. I wish he could star in more movies.

  3. Tim says:

    I think your take on it is much more in line with scripture than the original source for the movie (and by original source, I mean La Haye and Jenkins, not Revelation).

    My real beef with the new Left Behind movie, though, is it’s horrible doctrine on canine salvation. Must have been made by a bunch of cat lovers.