Four Minutes

Love the presentation.

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2 thoughts on “Four Minutes

  1. I like it too. I especially liked the fact that it was so honest. It’s by no means universal, but in many quarters Christianity is presented as prosperity, being the best you, Christianity-as-a-service-club, and a general reticence to present the falleness of humanity. I’m glad he presented both the need for the gospel and the message of redemption. Christianity’s view of humankind resonates deeply with me, and makes redemption that much more amazing.

    But, it also didn’t come across as hell and brimstone, just a matter of fact view of the gospel presented artistically.

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