Monday, March 26, 2012

Don't Forget Monumental Premiers Tomorrow

Cleaner than a Mark Driscoll sermon, just like a Michael Moore documentary (except for the truth part), more powerful than global warming and Al Gore combined, more realistic than Avatar, more historical than Back to the Future, more patriotic than Barack Obama, Monumental is truly Monumental.

Ok, jokes aside, I really believe this is a movie worth supporting. Wherever you stand on the nationalism spectrum, I think we will all benefit by revisiting the fact that God is the hero of history and throughout history God has used fallen men for His glorious purposes. I don't think we should buy into efforts to Christianize every founding father of America, but neither should we bury the fact that many of them were Christians with a biblical worldview who landed in the New World for reasons driven by this worldview. History is His Story and that is reason enough to join me tomorrow on one of my extremely rare cinematic experiences. Some theaters still have tickets available. And hey, when was the last time you saw a movie with this censorship warning:

Very strong Christian, Pro-American and patriotic, moral worldview about the search for the values that made America great; no foul language; no violence; no sex; no nudity; no alcohol; no smoking or drugs; and, nothing else objectionable.

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1 comment:

Andrew Bunce said...

I have been a supporter and fan of Way of the Master for years. It has been a major blessing to me in my own evangelism ministry and I have other believers on to it for the same reasons. I think we as Christians, however, need to be honest and take a real hard and honest look at what this monument Kirk is promoting really symbolizes and stands for. It was designed by, funded by and erected by Freemasons. This is the record and that is undisputed. It contains Masonic imagry and symbolism and discerning Christians know that Masonry is aspiritually dangerous primrose path that leads its adherents into the worship of "other gods" grandfather being a victim of this. I cannot support Kirk in this. I believe it to be misguided and am put off by his unwillingness to answer the questions surrounding this statue's dubious origin and design and cannot support him in this endeavour. The question we have to ask is, is this the direction we want to go as American believers?