After reviewing the upcoming Christian film Facing The Giants the MPAA has stated the film, since it refers to Jesus Christ in a “proselytizing” way, may be too offensive for some filmgoers. As a way to warn parents of all of this nasty Christian business, they have given this reportedly meek film a PG instead of the expected G Rating.He goes on to make this most excellant point:
By their move against Facing The Giants they have clearly affirmed that they are anti-Christian. Would they have dared say a film affirming Judaism or Islam needs to be marred with a “warning” to parents? Did they offer a harsher rating for The Da Vinci Code due to its clear offensive material? Was the audience of people offended by a film that denies the basic tenants of the Christian faith even thought of when The Da Vinci Code was given a PG-13? The answer is an obvious no. What of all of the G films which show Christians as the villains (go watch Pocahontas …actually, I take that back, it stinks skip it.) How many G Rated films cite Native American spiritual beliefs openly and in detail?Read the whole thing and look around the site if you like movie reviews from a Christian viewpoint.