Much ado has been made about the apparent “messes” that both Batman V. Superman and Suicide Squad have been this year. It’s safe to say that I am not siding with the critics on either movie and, apparently, neither is the movie going audience with Suicide Squad receiving an 70% from the audience versus the 27% average per critic rating on Rotten Tomatoes. Even Batman V. Superman (BvS) had an average rating per audience member of 65% as opposed to the same critic percentage as Suicide Squad. What is puzzling is the amount of vitriol pointed towards these movies. IGN is still posting videos about how much they hate Suicide Squad (SS) two weeks after has been released.
Sunday, August 14, 2016
Saturday, August 13, 2016
We are living in an interesting period of time which has been unknown to the many generations which has come before. It seems like a new Dark Age is upon us where traditional Bible-based Christianity is systematically being phased out by a more progressive liberal spin, by Social Justice Crusaders trying to meld Christianity with academic racial philosophy, or by evangelical atheism. Where are the voices of Bible-believing Christians in a time like this? It seems like too many Christians are either hiding or compromising at alarming rates. On my social media feeds, I receive constant links to blog posts about how the old ways of Christianity are either too harsh or too hateful for different groups to bear. It seems the Word is not as important as the feelings of individuals.