CFA: 8:05 P.M. - 10/24
Mr. Phillips makes two excellent points:
1.) Christian films do not need to directly mention God or contain an overt Gospel message. Shocking perhaps, but true. As an evidence of this, I would point you all to the Book of Esther, found in the Old Testament, which does not once mention the name of God. However, it is solidly, presuppositionally, and foundationally God-centered.
2.) Too many Christians are far too easily satisfied with modern films. We have come to a place where we are satisfied by a film, just because it contains no overt pornography, "too much" obscenity, or "blood everywhere." This is shameful. Christians are called to a higher standard.