Some Christian Movies May Be Cheesy, but They're Important and Needed in Our Secular Culture 8/15/17 - A Whittle Bit of Commentary

A Whittle Bit of Commentary with Chad Whittle

Below is a rush transcript (may contain errors):

Saturday morning I had breakfast with a buddy as usual our conversation went from sports to music to politics and finally religion. We both have a media background so we got to discussing Christian movies and TV shows. I mentioned a Christian show in particular and I said it looks to be sorta cheesy, like a lot of Christian media, but that I support the show because at least they’re trying to put out into the culture a show with a positive, Christian message.

So many times I believe some in the media and in the Christian culture as a whole are too quick to jump on the “cheesy Christian movie mocking” bandwagon and criticize Christian based movies because well, they’re not Christopher Nolan quality or even a low budgeted Hollywood production.

My view is that we should support these movies more because at least someone is trying to produce a movie with a positive message and promote that message within our secular culture and we should understand that the odds are also against those making these movies because a lot of times they have to fork out the money themselves to produce them, they don’t have the backing of a major Hollywood production company, and they probably are just starting out as filmmakers but at least they’re trying. And it’s better to have some poorly producer movies with a positive message than none at all in the pop culture because those movies still could make a positive difference in someone’s life.  

I’m Chad Whittle on A Whittle Bit of Commentary.

Subscribe to A Whittle Bit of Commentary on iTunes Here

If you enjoy this program, share it with your friends on Social Media and give Chad a positive review on iTunes!

Like Chad Whittle on Facebook                 Follow Chad on Twitter

Subscribe to A Whittle Bit of Commentary! View the complete list of where to listen/subscribe here

© 2017 Chad Whittle

Posted on August 14, 2017 .