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Re: Avatar is demonic, desensitizing us to sin
• Posted by: Trevor
• Date: Thursday, May 6, 2010, at 9:44 a.m.
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• In Response to: Avatar is demonic, desensitizing us to sin (No false witness)
• Now Playing: Becoming One Of "The People..."

> I took my wife, my 12 year old son, and his 12 year old friend to see
> Avatar a week ago. It was the first time I had been to see a movie in 5
> years.
> We ended up actually walking out of the cinema.
> I was totally disgusted by the constant cursing of God and the taking of
> Jesus' name in vain.
> Have you ever noticed that American movies always find a way to blaspheme
> Jesus's name and to damn God? I had to explain to my son why we walked out
> of the movies.
> There were also many demonic and blasphemous themes in the movie.
> When the white lillies descended on the main character's avatar, this was
> a
> mockery of the baptism of Jesus when the Holy Spirit in the form of a
> dove descended on him.
> The animals in the movie were all demonic too.
> There was a reference to "vampirism" when the mother stuck her
> knife into the
> chest of the main character and then sucked his blood from the knife.
> I could go on and on but you get the point.

> The music only glorified these sins. It made me so upset that I wanted to
> throw up.

> My pastor said this and I agree... The closer Jesus' second coming
> approaches, the more all demons use strategies to have people blind and be
> shaped by them instead of Christ.
> I reject this movie as I reject Da Vinci Code, Harry Potter, the book The
> Shack. All these trash go to the right place with their followers.
> The right door is narrow. May God give to his chosen people discerniment
> and they can be able to avoid the evil.

I think this person is looking for reasons to hate films. As long as someone looks for something and has only a narrow, single roaded mind, they can always turn something bad. I wonder also if his God is really so offended. I am wondering about the whole aspect of Jesus telling us to love everyone. I really don't how this movie curses his God. I thinks its a little extreme.I hope he can open his mind a little and see the good that came in this film. By the way, I keep reading the end of the world is near. In fact, multiple times, this extreme religious group said the world would end, and yet, here we are still. In 2012, the world will still not end. And what's with this world ending thing. I didn't know their God was so vicious and full of anger. I thought God was supposed to love everyone. Guess I am wrong. Poor James Cameron, he may be on his way to hell, along with all of us who liked Avatar. better pack the suntan lotion!

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