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Comments about the soundtrack for The Mists of Avalon (Lee Holdridge)

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Re: We're all out of line, here!
• Posted by: James   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Friday, June 14, 2002, at 8:59 a.m.
• IP Address: 12.241.36.146
• In Response to: We're all out of line, here! (Bindner)

There aren't any secular beliefs being pushed on us, the closest thing in this movie is a pagan ritual, and no where in it did it compel any audience member to replicate it. The whole point is that just because something isn't done the same way as something you would do, doesn't make it wrong or evil. Its just done a different way. This film isn't evil and it doesn't say anything against the christian faith to the modern viewer. Its sad that some people mistake being closeminded to being faithful. Sorry folks, you aint gonna go to hell for this movie anymore than you would for telling a lie (which we all have) Try not to get caught up in all this, its just entertainment, and the music is what we're talking about, not even the "pornographic" film.

> It's not our place to judge others, especially as Christians. That would
> make us bigots. Of course, other people trying to impose their secularist
> ways on us are similarly (although not recognised as) bigotted. It's not
> important how a group of people act, or even how one person acts, but what
> is in their hearts in the end, and then it is really only God's concern.
> All one can do is teach, and if they don't want it, don't give it. They
> can't say you didn't warn them, at least.




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