Why do Christians have a problem with this name for a movie, book & documentary? “Lord Save Us From Your Followers”

It seems that on first look the name of this movie (“Lord Save Us From Your Followers“) causes Christians to be taken aback. Some seem to believe that the movie would be anti-Christian!

Far from it – there are many reviews that could be read on the internet to see the discussion it has raised or maybe a good way would be to watch videos created with reactions from real people who watched the preview themselves.

That’s exactly what we are going to let you do here – we are embedding the two YouTube videos shot when the movie was previewed at a Church, the congregation reactions are poignant in themselves.

Then the second preview with reactions from the audience was conducted with a group of college students. Be prepared for some significant statements from these college students who were very perceptive & open with their reactions.

Previewed at a church:

Previewed at a college:

Feel free to comment on your reactions to viewing these videos here & start a discussion about your feelings about the movie after viewing these videos.

This is the movie we wish to preview for our World Homelessness Day event on 10-10-10 at the Sentient Bean in Savannah, GA.

There are many other reviews of the movie on the internet – feel free to search for them – this related article below just popped up so we thought we’d share it as a starting point for your consideration!

About homelessnessinsavannah

Advocating for Homelessness Issues in Savannah, GA, so that we can educate, share experiences & generate a Christian understanding of the issues & people who experience, support & attempt to end homelessness in Savannah, GA or anywhere else we can share stories from or about...
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