Recently watched the movie "Gods and Kings," which my wife was very displeased with and lamented the production. Me, guess I am strange, at least stranger than most, because I look at the errors and the implication of how it was made and see... ...great opportunity. Think about it, the atheist is going to eat this up. He will watch it, and possibly, because he thinks it follows a Biblical representation, begin looking up more "proof-texts" suggested in the movie. And what he will find is that the movie misrepresents the Bible, which gives us opportunity to point out the truth of what happened. In the movie I saw God portrayed as a petulant child. Where does this picture come from, and who is it that takes this view of the God of the Old Testament? Atheists. Moses is portrayed as an irreverent and tormented man, forced by God to enjoin God's efforts to free His people. Do we see that in Moses? Tormented, perhaps, but not by God... ...by other men. Namely Pharaoh and his own people through their sin. The point is that even such an erroneous representation of Biblical History can be used in witnessing efforts. God can use such a film as a basis for our own counter to the errors. What do you think? God bless.