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Comments about the soundtrack for Jesus (Patrick Williams)

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Mind Your E-Manners, Filmtracks
• Posted by: Taylor Mcintosh   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Tuesday, May 5, 2009, at 7:34 a.m.
• IP Address: c-67-177-40-255.hsd1.ut.comcast.net

The editorial at http://www.filmtracks.com/titles/jesus.html is extremely rude and narrowminded. The two sections that need to be Deleted are these:

1.

Every few years, capitalist pigs use the story of Jesus Christ, the supposed "lord and savior" of the long-abused Christian faith, to crank out yet another cinematic telling of his aggrieved life. With organized religion itself, as a concept, corrupted since its origins by fortune seekers and hustlers eager to take advantage of the fears of the simple-minded, it should come as no surprise that many films about the most famous religious figure in the history of the planet are marketed with the same unforgiving zeal.

2.

The network broadcast of Jesus: The Epic Mini-Series was in high definition, only a minor miracle at the time, and stirred up a fuss about the film's commemoration of the (historically questionable) 2000th birthday of the gracious, whore-loving man himself. A private screening was even held at the Vatican with a (reportedly) partially lucid Pope John Paul II and the lead actors in attendance.






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