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Re: Avatar Promotes Public Nudity and Butt Picking
• Posted by: DW   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Sunday, February 5, 2012, at 6:26 a.m.
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• In Response to: Avatar Promotes Public Nudity and Butt Picking (J.Palmer)

> Avatar Promotes Public Nudity; Shows Character Picking His Butt

> God's name is cursed a dozen times in the Avatar film. The name of Jesus
> is blasphemed. Terms like “holy sh_t!” are used repeatedly. If it weren't
> for the blue color of the Na'vi humanoid's skin, the film would look like
> the notorious Woodstock rock festival, where everyone took their clothes
> off. Their breasts are mostly exposed in Avatar. The Na'vi are 95%
> completely naked. The movie promotes public nudity. The blue colored skin
> is an illusion to the eyes; the Na'vi are all running around nude in the
> movie, with their buttocks plainly visible.

> The film shows the Na'vi character played by Sam Worthington, Jake Sully,
> picking his butt. It is disgusting. Literally, his hand is picking
> something out of his buttocks in the film. I'm not over-exaggerating. Yet,
> ChristianityToday gives the movie 3 1/2 stars out of a possible 4. Why
> prey tell me??? Maybe Jake Sully was picking ChristianityToday out of his
> butt.

> Avatar is an evil film and James Cameron is the enemy of God. The film has
> raked in $2,800,000,000; but all that money won't buy Mr. Cameron's way
> into Heaven. The film is evil, continually cursing God, desecrating the
> things of God. The Bible says that Hell hath enlarged herself (Isaiah
> 5:14), and Hollywood will certainly be there.

> ChristianityToday [CT] ought to be renamed to “ApostasyToday.” CT, founded
> by the apostate minister Billy Graham, is one of the most phony so-called
> Christian organizations in existence. It is a worldly front organization,
> disguised as being Christian. Billy Graham sold his soul decades ago for
> worldly fame, wealth and pleasures in exchange for helping Satan's cause.
> A recent article written by ChristianityToday's senior managing editor
> calls God a “Drama Queen.” Whatever happened to God being the Potter, and
> we are the clay (Isaiah 64:8)? CT is redefining God to fit their apostate
> views.

> In the 2009 Movie AVATAR, the first appearance of Dr. Grace Augustine
> (played by Sigourney Weaver) features her shouting out God's name in
> vain... “Whose got my God D_mn cigarettes?” Yet, CT gives the movie 3 1/2
> stars out of a possible 4. Why prey tell me???

> How can a professed Christian organization give their highest rating to a
> movie that shamelessly, deliberately and sinfully breaks one of the Ten
> Commandments that forbids taking the Lord's name in vain? In fact, the
> Lord's name is repeatedly taken in vain throughout the movie.

> At one point in the movie someone shouts, “Jesus!,” in a derogatory manner
> as an expression of their shock. This is using the Lord's name in an
> empty, disrespectful and sinful manner. God hates it!

> Exodus 20:7, “Thou shalt not take the name of the LORD thy God in vain;
> for the LORD will not hold him guiltless that taketh his name in vain.”

> Deuteronomy 5:11, “Thou shalt not take the name of the LORD thy God in
> vain: for the LORD will not hold him guiltless that taketh his name in
> vain.”

> Instead of teaching people THE TRUTH, by contending for the Biblical
> faith, soul-winning, glorifying Jesus Christ, and taking a stand against
> public wickedness; CT promotes wickedness, giving heathen movies their
> highest ratings, such as the demonic Pan's Labyrinth movie praising the
> god of Pan.

I agree emphatically 100%

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