CHRISTIAN MOVIES – ROUND TWO – GracEmail subscriber and movie producer Pat Arrabito brought the following to our attention — “College basketballs March Madness is underway . . . But here at ChristianCinema.com, the madness has already divided our field in half! . . . In Faith & Theology, Hell and Mr. Fudge pulled off the first upset of the tourney . . . over popular favorite Heaven is for Real . . . With the win, Mr. Fudge earns the right to go up against creationist documentary God of Wonders for a shot at the other juggernaut, the Newsboys-inspired Gods Not Dead, if it can get by the lesser-known The Principle, an investigation of the Copernican principle . . .” (By Jacob Sahms).
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IT TELLS THE STORY — Thanks to gracEmail subscriber Jeff Christian of Houston, Texas for the following feedback after he first read THE DIVINE RESCUE.
“When Edward asked me to read [this book,] I thought, ‘Oh, dear God. What if I don’t like it? How do you tell a new friend it was just an okay read?’ Plus, I’m not that crazy about most Christian writing these days . . . So I sat down, sighed, and cracked open THE DIVINE RESCUE. When I looked up, a few hours had passed, and I had read it in one sitting . . . I could not put it down . . .
I don’t often recommend these kinds of books. I think most of them are trite. But this is great scholarship put in such a way that it lives up to its billing as a proclamation of a gripping drama. However, the reason I like the book and will share it with others is not because of its writing or its writer. I recommend THE DIVINE RESCUE because it does what good preaching is supposed to do: It tells the story.”
For more comments by reviewers and regular readers, plus details about the book, table of contents, picture of book cover and ordering information, go to THE DIVINE RESCUE