Recently the world has been offered up a smorgasbord of magic filled, fractured fairies; demon immersed, and gory movies from the film industry. It has gotten to the point where one can hardly turn on the television without being exposed one way or another to the dark side of the spirit world. Add special effects, heart wrenching music and you get a story with great rating or sells huge at the box-office.
This past week Hollywood pranced out its new perversion, “Noah”. To the dismay of Christians around the world, it glorified the satanic instead of the Godly. Ironic as it seems, Noah is a biblical story about God destroying the world for that very reason. The Hollywood version attempts to portray God as bad and the demonic as the good, but this isn’t something new. We’ve seen over the past few decades a movement towards glorifying evil, giving it a face children will embrace.
Movies where monsters are the good guys and are popular with children are all the rage it seems. Paint them blue or green, make them hideous and funny at the same time, humanize them so they are no longer scary and you get an adorable creature instead of something horrible or scary.
“What’s wrong with this you ask?” The Bible states in first Corinthians 10:21, You cannot drink the cup of the Lord and the cup of demons too; you cannot have a part in both the Lord’s table and the table of demons. Does that include adorable monsters, so called good witches, and well meaning vampires as well? Does the bible matter to you, or is it just a book of myths and legends?
We all have choices in what we watch, what we choose to let our children see and hear, and what we allow in our homes. We have a choice in the cups we drink from spiritually speaking, but only one is from God, isn’t it time we figure out which one that is and give Hollywood the message by not attending their satanic indoctrination sessions, called movies.