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The Destructiveness of Christian Pacifism

Posted on January 17, 2018 at 2:10 PM Comments comments (0)

Pacifism. Staying silent when one should speak out.

It seems popular these days among Christians, and hence, it is no wonder that America is falling apart. I'm not talking about pacifists who don't believe in killing, (Although that is also a very sad and harmful mindset), I'm talking about cultural pacifists who don't speak out, who don't stand. Anti-activists.

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3 Movies I Wish I Could Recommend

Posted on December 11, 2017 at 2:50 PM Comments comments (0)

So I admit it. There are some films I really enjoy watching but can't recommend. Why? Because sometimes when I watch a film I have to skip a scene, and sometimes even scenes that aren't skipped are too extreme for me to recommend without strong caution. That's why I'm writing this.


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FILM SPOTLIGHT - On Wings of Eagles

Posted on November 30, 2017 at 3:05 PM Comments comments (0)

On Wings of Eagles was made and originally released in China. Due to that, the production of the film was closely monitered by the government, to make sure the film wasn't "too Christian". Despite this, the director (a Chinese Christian) did a wonderful job of putting a powerful message into the film. Much of the message was shown through the character's lives and actions, althoug...

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The Guild 2017 - The First Day

Posted on November 15, 2017 at 4:50 PM Comments comments (0)

It was Sunday. I arrived at Lamplighter HQ. (The church and building to the left of the picture above make up the LL HQ). I met Luke Rosmalia of Lamplighter behind the sign-in table, under the big tree. Waiting for the Guild to start, I met some other students standing outside the church. Then it all began.

Mark took everyone on a tour through the church where we saw the bindery, and then to the new Lam...

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FILM SPOTLIGHT: Alone Yet Not Alone

Posted on November 3, 2017 at 1:25 PM Comments comments (0)

Not only is Alone Yet Not Alone one of my favorite Christian films, it is one of the best indie Christian films ever made. Made by Advent Film Group for Entuse Entertainment with a budget of $7,000,000, it is truely a masterpiece. The story is epic and powerful. When a German family seeking religious freedom flees to America, Indians attack, carrying sisters Barbara and Regina away. Separated and f...

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