Armageddon Dreams in American Churches
Adapted from the "Left Behind" book series, the movies star Cameron, best known for the TV sitcom "Growing Pains," as a reporter investigating the rise to power of an anti-Christ figure and the coming battle between good and evil prophesied in the Bible.
Church should be a place to come together to speak of God and the Gospels. Church should not be a place for commercializing Armageddon movies based upon so-called "Christian" themes.
And look at the plot:
"A week after the rapture, grief-stricken survivors continue to search for the millions of people who vanished into thin air. Chaos engulfs the world as suicide rates skyrocket, businesses are looted, and martial law remains in effect. A desperate world turns to United Nations President Nicolae Carpathia for guidance and reassurance. But as global events begin to take on strange significance, signaling the oncoming terror of years to come, a small group of rebels known as the Tribulation Force embarks on a dangerous mission to open the eyes of the world to the truth--Nicolae Carpathia is the Antichrist!"
In other words, it's a movie propogandizing an evil United Nations.
Sounds like a movie that would make John Bolton happy.