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Re: Praise the LORD and SAVIOR JESUS CHRIST, not the Lord of the Rings!
• Posted by: Jessi feathers   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Monday, December 27, 2010, at 2:45 p.m.
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• In Response to: Praise the LORD and SAVIOR JESUS CHRIST, not t... (Steve)

What is your problem? You may have hated the movie but that doesn't mean it sucked. That's just your opinion. It happens to be my favorite trilogy. And it's not necessarily disgracing Jesus' teachings. Look at it from a different standpoint..Jesus performed miracles but he didn't use the power of God for everything. He didn't come down from the cross, because it was God's plan for Him to die. There's an answer to why Gandalf didn't always use his powers..perhaps he was following a greater plan. The Pharisees accused Jesus of blasphemy for his teachings and healings, and you're accusing Gandalf of being an anti-Christian character because he uses "magic". Stop taking things so literal and start trying to see the metaphorical side of things. As someone has already said, J.R.R. Tolkien was a believer and led C.S. Lewis to the Lord, so why can you not believe LOTR has Christian undertones?




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