What If Superman Bleeds (part 3)

What is amazing is the subtle messages of the enemy one can pick up in the most popular movies these days.

Biblical names and figure being tossed out and around like they are nothing more then mythological characters of no more significance then the pagan god’s of old. And to make matters worse characters of less then honorable Biblical reference are often given the most lofty or honored characterization, such as the prince of persia being correlated to a hero, a savior. Vice versa the more honored characters of the Bible the opposite treatment; the Angel Michael, Noah, being portrayed as overweight buffoon’s.

The devil or at least the powers of darkness, while at least Hollywood thus far very rarely lets them win, it does usually portray them as large, muscular, extremely beautiful, or looking like the classic representation of the devil; red eyes, sharp aggressive features, horns, hoofed feet, red eyes, fire, smoke, all the power he could want or need, charismatic, literally unbeatable, not to mention very real, with the overwhelming advantage.

God, on the other hand, as nothing more then some random lofty idea that is generally only something to be respected, soft spoken, confusing, interested only in His own ideas and agenda’s, yet unapproachable, unavailable, and most certainly not someone you can count on in a tight spot. Most certainly no mention of Jesus in any way, shape or form. Any solution to the pickle the whole world seems to have found itself in, is in the the hand of one or two indestructible stars that manage to either save the day by some genius discovery of the chink in the armor of the destructive force, or manages to survive by the skin of his teeth and save the entire world with seconds left on the clock. Not by anything solution or salvation God might present, but by man’s own hand. A couple people survive happy ever after, lets not talk about the tens of thousands dead.

Movie upon movie of every scenario that might take place soon; “Armageddon