Saturday, March 03, 2007

Liar Cameron's Dirtiest Job EVER!

I know...I'm gonna get the usual, "well...that's not very Christian of you" admonition for that title. So what! Cameron blasphemes Jesus. In my book, that ranks Cameron as deserving to be mocked and derided!

When someone delves (pun included!) into the crucial cornerstone of Christianity, ignorantly and hopelessly attempts to destroy that faith, is guilty of twisting the truth for a lie and ultimately does so for money, IMO, such a person SHOULD get hammered with ridicule and aversion!

I would like to thank my fellow blogging commenters here for providing me with some great, "ridiculing ammunition"! If you find more, please post them in the comment section!

1. Ebsfwan provided the following link to a National Review article called, Cameron finds Christ?

2. Limpy 99 added: "I hear the biggest problem is a fourth ossuary with the name 'Billy-Joe-Bob' engraved on it."

heh you guys!

In my travels around the internet, I have found that most bloggers recognize the fact that Cameron's upcoming documentary is a bunch of hooey!

It's all about the money...just like the Da Vinci Code craze was.

I had the discovery channel on last night. My husband and I were watching a show called, "The dirtiest jobs." During the commercials an ad for Cameron's stupid, lying documentary would come on.


Some people would do anything...including blaspheming the Son of God...for money. To me, THAT has to rank as the dirtiest job ever!

For more excellent, serious analysis, please visit Kingdom Advancing.

HT: National Review Online (and Ebsfwan for sharing it!)
HT: Kingdom Advancing

P.S. OK...the Holy Spirit spoke to my heart at the end of this post. I will add what Jesus' said in his prayer to the Father while on the cross at Calvary:

Luk 23:34 Then said Jesus, Father, forgive them; for they know not what they do. And they parted his raiment, and cast lots.

Update @ 8:56 a.m.

Kirsten Powers shares:

"Cameron told NBC'S "Today" show that statisticians found "in the range of a couple of million to one in favor of it being them." A couple million to one chance. Quite the slam dunk.

Scholars are criticizing the documentary. Shocker. Cameron said in an interview:

"I'm not a theologist. I'm not an archaeologist. I'm a documentary film maker," he said.

And the director of the scientific gems "The Terminator" and "Terminator 2: Judgement Day." He's also not dissuaded by actual archaeologists who don't agree with the premise of his movie -- err, "documentary" -- such as Amos Kloner, the first archaeologist to examine the site, who said the idea fails to hold up by archaeological standards but makes for profitable television."

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