The Golden Compass: Agenda Unmasked!

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  1. The Scribe

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    Te Deum laudamus!: The Golden Compass: Agenda Unmasked

    If this movie is going to make atheists out of your children, then people of every denomination need to beware of it.

    Anyone else?
     
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    If this movie will make our kids into atheists, does watching "Herbie" turn them into a Volkswagen? Sheesh!

    Once again, people getting their panties in a wad over something not yet released, and that they have not seen.
     
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    Unfortunately, some people are persuaded easily. Look at Eve.

    Satan uses any and everything to turn you away from God.
     
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    Normally, I'd agree with you if this were just a movie... but these movies are adaptations of books that are already in print.

    I am told, from very reliable sources (one an Orthodox Christian and the other a Catholic Christian who don't have much use for hysteria over books and films), that there is an anti-theistic agenda in the books which becomes clearer the farther you go in the series.

    Still, I don't think the proper response is to picket movies theatres, get on television and give the movies promotion by condemning them, or get worked up into a lather about popular media. Instead, we should work to extend our ministries, speak carefully, fairly, accurately and soberly about the series, and tell people why Pullman's perspective is erroneous.
     

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