Tagged: Bad Omens
March 11, 2019 at 9:52 am #10529
My comment: Another very good article from Geri. Exposing some more ungodly brain washing for the masses
“Good Omens” is BAD NEWS!
BY GERI UNGUREAN
This morning, a FB friend messaged me. It was the first time that he and I had ever spoken. Here is the message:
“I saw an ad yesterday on Facebook that disturbed me, and thought you might want to look into it and maybe write an article about it. It is an Amazon prime original show called Good Omens. It tries to paint the antichrist as a savior, saving earth from the apocalypse and the end, with angels and demons working together. You would be horrified at the positive response it is getting from saved and unsaved alike. I would write an article myself, but am currently in school, and am not the skilled writer you are. Just felt I should bring it to your attention.”
Saved AND unsaved?
It is shocking to me at the lack of discernment within the body of Christ. But perhaps these people have never truly been saved – I just don’t know. When I viewed the trailer for this Evil movie, I realized that it has only been out for four days yet has over 707,000 hits!!
And as my brother in Christ said, the people who are viewing and commenting (positively) are a mixture of Christians (perhaps in name only?) and unbelievers.
Here is the blurb from youtube about this movie:
With Armageddon just days away, the armies of Heaven and Hell are amassing and The Four Horsemen are ready to ride. Aziraphale, an angel, and Crowley, a demon, agree to join forces to find the missing Anti-Christ and to stop the war that will end everything. Based on the best-selling novel by Terry Pratchett and Neil Gaiman, Good Omens follows an unlikely duo and their quest to save the world. New Series premiere May 31, 2019.
Here is the Trailer:
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A Minute To Midnite Show HostMarch 11, 2019 at 12:37 pm #10531
Based on the best-selling novel by Terry Pratchett and Neil Gaiman
Yeah, so while I´m usually very fond of the fantastic and comical writings of Terry Pratchett (an atheist the last time I checked, though that might have changed since he died), it´s just unfortunate that for this novel he chose a setting in Biblical mythology which happens to be reality. Oof.
That´s the problem when you as a religion loose cultural hegemony: Your lore becomes simply another playground for artistic liberty and suddenly a parody of the book of Revelation is no more an offensive taboo than the inaccurate portrayal of ancient Greek beliefs in the Hercules & Xena television series. That´s how culture works and today we have a post-Christian society because the Western Church became Mystery France and simply surrendered.
Ah well, now we read this news, shrug our shoulders and wait for the Lord´s return…
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