GOD FRIENDED ME PIOLIT
Back in September, I think I sort of broke the story that Greg Berlanti, and open and married male homosexual was the power behind that new drama GOD FRENDED ME.
Okay, I just watched the pilot of God Friended Me, even though it is controlled by a homosexual male who will not allow biblical truth to be fairly presented or defended.
I don’t plan to watch the entire series for this reason, but I do want to watch a few of the episodes so that I can give an analysis of the quality and message.
I have to say that I am very disturbed that Bible believing Christians in the movie and media industry has not pooled their resources together and created their own army of Bible accurate dramas on secular TV markets. I know there are such programs out there somewhere on Christian networks, but we need a presence the secular market where homosexuals and atheists and homosexual-atheists are pushing their worldviews on the masses and having an influence.
Now back to the pilot.
The pilot starts off with Miles Finer, the main character played by Brandon Michael Hall, doing his atheist podcast about there being no God and interviewing a guest female Rabbi who tried to convince him that there is evidence for God.
Naturally, her efforts are week, which is my grip with homosexuals, atheists or any other unqualified persons having the control over how we argue our case for God. They seem to love telling our stories for us and defending our worldview for us, far more than they relish allowing us to tell our own story of defend our own views.
After the interview, while on his way home he gets a friend request from someone calling themselves God and he deletes it. The request comes back over and over and he deletes is each time thinking it is a prank. Until one time he holds his phone up to the sky and the same message on his phone is seem on the sky. Now this should have bugged him out but due to bad acting and or director instructions he reacted mile to this miracle. But he does decide to confirm the friend request.
AS soon as he confirms the friend request, God starts sending him names and photos of people he wants him to friend. The first guy sent to his phone literally bumps into Miles while he is looking at him on his phone. So Miles follow him down into the subway and stops him from committing suicide over losing his girlfriend. Miles then is told to friend a female reporter, and so he thinks that she is behind the God account and goes to confront her in the street about it and gets rejected. But after a series of miraculous taunting experiences in his home at 2am in the morning that wakes Miles up sweating from head to fool in a room with 100% tempter, Miles goes to her job and confronts her again. But when she manages to convince him that she is not the one behind the God gag, they eventually agree to work to together to find out who is.
From here the dialogue at lease seems to get better and that improves the acting.
Vidett Beane who plays Cara Bloom the Reporter, and Javicia Lesli who plays Ali Finer Miles’s sister, are very good actors and they give acting quality to the series. Rakesh who plays Suraj Sharma as not a bad actor either.
The story line is good and the developing story is good, I actually enjoyed watching it, and I can see potential. But I am concerned because I know homosexuals and I know how they use media to influence public opinion about homosexuality and they commonly have a distorted view of God. Because of this, I am not willing to trust a homosexual controlled program to deliver the truth about God. I hope they prove me wrong.
I am so concerned that this will be used as another propaganda tool to miss guide people about God. This is assured if there is no input from Bible believing Christian Conservatives scholars.
I will be reaching out to the creators and producers of the program to get some concessions or not about the direction of the program and how they will hold up to homosexual and atheists activism which are both extremely active in media dramas, sitcoms and talk shows.