Sometimes I get a bit fuzzy on the distinction between stuff I posted and stuff I thought about posting. Falling into that gap apparently was the post I’d intended to do explaining my planned schedule, such as it is, for future Left Behind Fridays.
So OK then, here that is.
I’ll be taking a brief break from the collected works of LaHaye and Jenkins in order to
do two things: 1) watch my beloved Mets in the playoffs, and 2) focus for the next few weeks on the upcoming election, which is the most important of my lifetime* and thus a bit more urgent.
Come the first Friday in November, we’ll pick up with LB Fridays, starting with a brief look at Left Behind: The Movie. It’s wretchedly awful, yet far superior to its source material. After that, we’ll turn to Book 2 in the series, The Tribulation Force.In the meantime, via Pam Spaulding, here’s an American News Project video reminding us of one way in which this stuff actually matters.
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* Although one could argue that the most important election in my lifetime probably already took place in 2000. Had that gone differently, we’d never have imagined just how important it really was.