I saw the movie, Son of God, the other night. It was good. I really enjoyed it and was inspired by it. Of course there were some inconsistencies with the gospel account (which movie portraying Jesus has not had inconsistencies?), but the message was on track: Jesus came to seek and save the lost, gave his life as the perfect lamb to be sacrificed for us, and rose from the dead. It kind of troubles me that some are adamantly opposed to seeing the movie. These are not atheists I am talking about or those resistant to the Christian faith. They are Christ followers. Of course everyone is entitled to their own opinion or conviction, but let’s make sure our convictions line up across the board. This is a movie about Jesus. It isn’t heretical or blasphemous. If you know your Bible, you will see that some dialogue and events are not word-for-word accurate. If you don’t you’re your Bible, the movie just may inspire you to go and read it more. If you refuse to see it because of inconsistencies with the Bible, may I challenge you to ask yourself these questions: What inconsistencies with the Bible are in my life? And what am I doing about them? Am I willing to watch movies or t. v. shows that are full of immorality; bad language, lots of skin, adultery, senseless violence, deceit, etc? Am I more tolerant of bad character and worldly morality than I am of some poetic license in a movie about Jesus? Am I more vocal and outwardly critical of the movie, Son of God, than I am about other ungodly movies that I have not only watched but endorsed? As Christians, this cannot be. We are hypocrites if we condemn this movie and condone movies that not only are void of Christian influence but are blatantly immoral. As Christians, we need to have a unified front for things that are godly and against those that are immoral. If we chide the Christian movie that may not have awesome special effects or Oscar-worthy acting, then we are critical and judgmental. If we choose not to see it, that is no one’s choice but ours, but let’s don’t berate it unless we also plan to hold the same standard of scrutiny over other movies, television shows…and our lives.