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Rapper Jay-Z is no stranger to mocking Jesus and Christianity, and he’s back to making fun of the Bible.
The Book of Clarence, set to release in January 2024, is a blasphemous Bible movie that some call faith-based. But with this film he has produced, Jay-Z is making it clear that it absolutely is not.
A film that distorts the Bible cannot be called faith based, a ministry called Vision unSEALED says. In an interview with Vanity Fair magazine, Jay-Z says that “faith is only a backdrop” for the movie. He says he is most concerned that those who hear about the film and it’s premise might “immediately just focus on the religious aspect of it and not the human story.”
In his riveting new book, The Josiah Manifesto, author Jonathan Cahn continues to reveal stunning mysteries from the Bible about the exact day and age we’re living in. But he says this book is like no other he has ever written.
“The Josiah Manifesto talks about ancient mysteries being revealed that are playing out right now,” he says. “Not only that, but it gives an answer. That’s what’s different about this book. God is actually pointing us to the days ahead, and revealing what we need to know – how to stand, to prevail, to survive, to prosper.”
Cahn is well-known for his other blockbuster bestsellers such as The Harbinger, The Oracle, and Return of the Gods, but he says The Josiah Manifesto is a different sort of assignment from God, especially in that it gives answers to the questions so many Christians are asking in this day.
Could “Camp Hideout” be the next “Ferris Bueller’s Day Off,” or “Back to the Future?” The film’s director, Sean Olson, says his new movie is a “breath of fresh air” for moviegoers, and has that 1980s movie feel to it.
The inaugural movie from what has been called the “world’s first Christian fan-owned movie studio” releases in theaters nationwide on Sept. 15, and it has some well-known Hollywood names behind it, including Christopher Lloyd of “Back to the Future” fame.
Appropriately named Called Higher Studios, its first foray into Hollywood is a PG-rated family comedy that brings together humor, faith and a heartwarming narrative. The film promises to be a delightful experience for families seeking wholesome entertainment.
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