My Thoughts On Christian Movies: Part 3

If you grow up watching mediocre films, than you will develop a taste for mediocre films. People deserve better than what the conservative/Christian film companies are giving us, and filmmakers are capable of giving that.

Christian films don’t ask anything of their audience. They don’t appeal to anyone besides Christians. Doesn’t Jesus’ message apply to everyone? Shouldn’t Christian films then appeal to everyone?

But it seems like Christians today are more interested in chest-thumping and declaring themselves the best as God’s Not Dead (2014), which became the highest-grossing Christian film of all time, shows.

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