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Comments about the soundtrack for Avatar (James Horner)

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Re: Avatar is demonic, desensitizing us to sin
• Posted by: Trevor
• Date: Thursday, May 6, 2010, at 9:51 a.m.
• IP Address: 134.197.153.252
• In Response to: Re: Avatar is demonic, desensitizing us to sin (Jen)
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> I saw it last night against my better judgement. James Cameron is an
> arrogant man who has made a movie that challenges God's authority. The
> movie is like a bad spiritual drug trip- it's visually pretty- but what
> lurks underneath is something very ugly and evil- kinda like Lucifer.

I am still seeing no evidence of this film questioning God's aurthority. How? Did you personally talk to God? And lets say it did: if God was offended, wouldn't Cameron be dead, along with everyone else who participated in this amazingly spiritual, beautiful film. This film taught me to go out and explore the beauty that Nature brings. Read Ralph Waldo Emerson, who believe Nature is a part of God.




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