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Avatar Promotes Public Nudity and Butt Picking
• Posted by: J.Palmer
• Date: Friday, September 23, 2011, at 8:06 p.m.
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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.

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