Friday, August 03, 2007

New movie mocks Judeo-Christians! (More at eleven)

So some decidedly amateur "movie makers" (guys...really...try YouTube first, no kidding, you'll save a lot o' bucks...or maybe start off easier with your cell phone) opted to make a "movie" (no doubt their fans will call it a "film" because a "film" is so much more beautiful people than a "movie") called "The Ten" which takes on the Pioneering Territory of Mocking Jesus, along with the Ten Commandments.

(For those of you who pitifully work for the unknown company called "Inverted Films," I'm referring to the Decalogue, not the movie starring Charlton Heston back in the 1950s.)

I got the alert, as you may have done, from the American TFP, an organization which works harder than I ever have or ever will in defending the Faith. God bless them.

The ATFP has provided access to protest this puny little kitty-cat pretending to be a lion against Christians, and I thank them for it.

I also ask that they and you remember that we have a choice. We can (a) get all hot and bothered about these spineless, talentless, and otherwise pretty sad people and get ulcers. Or we can (b) remember that they are, as creatures of God our Father, our brothers and sisters and we can pray for them.

Of course I'm not saying we shouldn't protest the—uh—"movie." Sure we should.

But in the broad scope of things, I really wouldn't worry too much about it.

N.B. I linked to the least offensive part of the "movie's" site. If you want to explore it, make sure the kids are in another room. Thanks!