Lost in all the mainstream media coverage of Robin Williams‘ death is the usual internal mutterings among Christian commentators about whether or not he was a believer.
For Some Christians, the Most Important Question Behind Robin Williams’ Death is Whether or Not He Accepted Jesus
Jack Chick Once Wrote About the Horrors of Dungeons & Dragons. Now, This Semi-Parody Movie Brings His Work to Life
Back in March, we learned that Zombie Orpheus Entertainment was making a movie based off of a 1984 Jack Chick tract. Those are the little booklets featuring stories of perfect Christians and evil non-Christians and characters standing in conflict between the two worlds.
This particular movie was based off of a tract about the horrors of Dungeons & Dragons. As I described it earlier, it wasn’t a Christian movie, per se. It was more like the movie atheists would make if they wanted to turn Chick’s work into a really shitty Christian movie.
And now, you can see the beginning of the film for yourself:
Kevin Sorbo is the former Hercules star who appeared in the money-making, nasty-stereotype-affirming, faith-based movie God’s Not Dead.
The movie’s out on DVD now and Sorbo appeared on Access Hollywood yesterday to discuss the film with co-hosts Kit Hoover and Shaun Robinson:
After a brief conversation about Robin Williams, they moved on to discuss Sorbo’s faith (he’s a Christian who played an atheist professor in the movie).
And then it came time to bash all the atheists: