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Old 14th July 2015, 11:02 AM
Hands of Truth Hands of Truth is offline
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Default Movies and other Entertainments after the Warning

Just something interesting to think and speculate about...

I wonder after the warning, will movies and other entertainment media become more focused on delivering a Catholic Christian message. Will Hollywood produce movies on pro marriage, pro family themes? Will video games embrace ideas that play more on Christian, rather than pagan themes?

Will the New York Times best seller list be filled with Catholic books?

I assume that the production of these companies will not cease. They may decrease and personnel may change but it is logical to assume that when people experience what is proposed in the Warning, they are going to want to maintain some form of normality in their lives. Therefore, it is safe to assume they will remain in their current professional roles but be more attuned to delivering their duties with focus on how they can do so through living Catholicism of Christianity.

I raise this because many movies and video games created today present messages opposed to Christianity. Many do reflect virtues or values of Christianity but usually package them in a pseudo religious or secular humanistic form. I can see more attention given to emphasizing Christ in those days after the warning.
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