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Kirk Cameron’s Saving Christmas is our movie for this edition of Divine SINema. Allen and Mona take the week off and Adam and Dylan step in to discuss with Jeff this truly awful Christmas film.
Through a conversation with his sister, Kirk learns his brother-in-law, Christian, is not into Christmas this year. We come to find out that he is struggling with the fact that Christmas Trees, Santa and presents have hijacked Christmas from Jesus and the Bible. After finding that Christian has retreated from the party to his car, Kirk begins a conversation with him that will change everything. They exchange “witty banter” and Kirk gives several separate mini sermons dealing with the Biblical justification of the Christmas tree and historical justification of Santa. Ultimately Christian’s Christmas spirit is restored and the party kicks into high gear.
Our next Divine SINema episode will be on Tuesday, January and we will be reviewing Christian Mingle the movie. Yes, that’s right. Christian Mingle. The movie. This movie is available on Netflix streaming.
From Our Kirk Cameron’s Saving Christmas Review
- Jewel of the Nile (1985 Film)
- Romancing the Stone (1984 Film)
- Family Force 5 (Contemporary Christian Group)
- Adam Ruins Everything (YouTube Channel)
- Retooning the Nativity (Igniter Christmas Video)… clips from this video were used in the opening credits of Saving Christmas
- The Strawman Fallacy (Idea Channel Video from PBS Digital Studios)
- Kirk Cameron says ‘Kirk Cameron’s Saving Christmas’ is the target of an atheist conspiracy (Article)
- On the St. Nick Punch (Blog Post)
- Negan (Character from the Walking Dead)
- Pagan Christianity by Tyndale Momentum (Book - Amazon Affiliate Link)
From Our Recommendations
- National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation (1989 Film)
- How the Grinch Stole Christmas (1966 Animated TV Special)
- The Ref (1994 Film)
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