‘Please Do Not Bring Unbelievers To This Movie’ – Satan

The Left Behind movie boasts a very interesting backhanded endorsement.
E. Stephen Burnett | Sep 30, 2014 | 1 comment |

The Left Behind Facebook page has provided some very interesting marketing for the motion picture that releases Oct. 3.

Here’s the latest.


Lots of people in the comments section are busily playing along(?) and rebuking Satan. They’re unaware of two things:

  1. Rebuking (or “binding”) Satan is odd. As John MacArthur points out, how do you know Satan is even listening?
  2. Does Satan even read Facebook comments? (Fact: Beelzebub is most often active in YouTube comments and on 4Chan.)

Previous Facebook images for Left Behind include normal promotions such as character stills and quotes, Bible verses, and countdowns. But then there are images like this.1


[Citation required.]



Actually doesn’t the previous existence of the scenario in fictional form nullify that potential alternate timeline?





Nicolas Cage knew it was coming.

Nicolas Cage knew it was coming.



Nicolas Cage … HIMSELF.

  1. Doesn’t matter. I’m still seeing Left Behind on Oct. 3 and I plan to enjoy it.
E. Stephen Burnett is coauthor of a nonfiction book about parenting and popular culture (title TBA), to release spring 2020 from New Growth Press. He also explores biblical truth and fantastic stories as editor in chief of Lorehaven Magazine and writer at Speculative Faith. He has also written for Christianity Today and Christ and Pop Culture. He and his wife, Lacy, live in the Austin area and serve as members of Southern Hills Baptist Church.

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They tried all the tactics on social media, but unfortunately it did not work. “Left Behind” looks promising from its trailer, and brings a little curiosity too, but the film was a disappointment. However, Nicolas Cage performance is good and connects well, and Cassi Thomson has played her important role well, she did a fair job to the character. Promotional strategies affect movies a lot, but filmmakers can’t fool audience like this. Not every film is epic, but it should be engaging till the end.