If You’re Going to See “Left Behind” – Do Me a Favor. . .

A Grateful Discontentment

The new Left Behind movie is out, and I have no intention of seeing it. My personal reasons are many, but the fact that it’s not my thing doesn’t mean I insist on others holding the same opinion. If you’re a fan of the book series, the previous movies, and you’ve been anxiously awaiting this newest rendition, that’s fine. We can still be friends. As a friend, though, I would ask that in your “end times” fervor you do me a favor. Several favors, actually.

Please don’t turn a particular view of eschatology into a matter of orthodoxy.

The specific understanding of last things expressed in the Left Behind series is deeply ingrained in the thought of many American Christians. So much so that even in churches like mine, which takes no particular stand on issues such as a pretribulational rapture, there are those for whom no other system of…

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Posted on October 3, 2014, in Spiritual Formation. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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