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RE: [humanism-174] A suggestion-The Golden Compass

From: Fred W.
Sent on: Sunday, December 2, 2007 5:12 PM
Viewing the flick together could be interesting.  If possible, I'll
try to join the meet-up.

---- Original Message ----
From: [address removed]
To: [address removed]
Subject: [humanism-174] A suggestion-The Golden Compass
Date: Sat,  1 Dec[masked]:09:44 -0500 (EST)

>Morgan mentioned the upcoming flick, "The Golden Compass" and
>intrigued, I  
>found the following rather lengthy article from "Christianity Today"
>about it.  
>It is actually a well-reported and well-rounded article offering both
>views-that  the atheist Pullman's trilogy and resulting film promote
>atheism, and 
>that  certain elements of the film are actually spiritual.
>Somewhere in the article the writer posits that Christians fear if
>first film "is successful" that it will pave the way for screen
>versions of the  
>other two books in the trilogy which portray the killing of God and
>other such "anti-Christian" scenes.
>So, instead of paying money to see "Expelled" which would make THAT a
>successful film, how about we go see the atheist film and help make
>it more  
>successful!!!!!!­!!!! No?
>It opens 12/7. If people are interested, let's get a group together
>and go  
>and then maybe go for coffee or eats after to discuss. We could use
>article  for discussion points after. Maybe we could even make such
>an outing the  
>December meetup? Those not wanting to see the movie could still meet
>us after?  
>What does everyone think?
>_The  Chronicles of Atheism | Christianity Today | A Magazine of
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