Writer Fay Voshell Waxes Nostalgic About 1930s Censorship, Claims Hollywood Is ‘An Enemy of Christians’
Does Hollywood hate Jesus?
In a fiery essay about movie makers’ supposed bias against religious values, conservative author Fay Voshell hangs her case on a recent kerfuffle over a Christian song that was eliminated from Oscar consideration because one of the songwriters hadn’t played by the nominating rules. Somehow, that’s evidence of anti-Christian bigotry.
Voshell’s piece is interesting reading, which is not to say that it’s convincing, except to some of her commenters who say things like
It is time for a total boycott on every new Hollywood product. These degenerate atheist-marxists worship $$$ and themselves.
It’s no accident that a major fault line runs from Hollywood to San Francisco. At an appointed day the wrath will come. God is just.
Sam Sweet of the New Yorker takes us inside the group behind the Movieguide Faith & Values Awards Gala — a.k.a. the Christian Oscars — a place where people like Kirk Cameron are fêted as legitimate movie stars and award winners can receive up to $100,000:
It’s been a few months since I’ve posted anything from Pastor Steven Anderson, but this one’s worth it.
Anderson’s not at all happy with the new Left Behind movie, so he spent part of a sermon ranting against actor Nicolas Cage, Hollywood, Satan, celebrities, the Left Behind series, and “ungodly wicked whoremongers”: