How Hollywood treats the Rapture next…

Posted: March 30, 2011 in Christian Beliefs, Films, Outreach, The Bible, Writing
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Well let’s be serious for a moment, we know that unregenerate, in other words those still dead in their sins cannot rightly understand the word of God. That is why unbelievers don’t take the Bible seriously, and take seriously, life evolving from sludge.

(Here’s a hint even if the entire universe were 15 Billion years old…we still wouldn’t have evolved yet.)

But I digress this post is not about evolution…well not really…it’s about the evolution of further idiocy in Hollywood. As apparently the latest idea to come across someones mind, is to make a comedy movie set one year after the Rapture.

It is to be called Rapturepalooza.

Yes, I said comedy and I also said Rapturepalooza.

What we know so far about this film is that it has a $2 million dollar budget, was written by Chris Matheson and is being directed by Paul Middleditch.

The plotline is as follows:  The movie takes place a year after the Rapture has removed much of the human population and left Earth as a hellish proving ground.

I found the following through Deadline “Ben and Lindsey try to reestablishing their sandwich cart business. Beyond the occasional blood rainstorm and talking locusts that surface occasionally, the sandwich sellers have a new problem: the Anti-Christ (Robinson) decides he wants to take Lindsey as his bride.”

Oh my.

Doesn’t this sound great.

It partially seems like they’re taking things semi-seriously from the description, but since it’s a comedy I really think it will end up being another film that just makes fun of God, Christians, and the Bible.

Of course the way things are going, Jesus could be calling for His Bride any minute now. I certainly hope so, because thinking of this trash only makes me sick.

Listen for the Trumpet and the voice of our Savior, for He will come for HIs Bride soon!

In Christ,

Ross

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Comments
  1. I’m Rapture Ready.

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