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Reflections on Disney’s “A Christmas Carol”-Did the Ghosts of Christmas Past and Present Read the Bible? copied from Facebook Notes

Posted in Thoughts on Christianity, Thoughts on Church, Thoughts on God by ses31 on February 13, 2010

I hesitated on seeing YET another version of the same old tale. They’re all the same. Boy, was I wrong! Disney did such a great job on the special effects, and that was just the 2D! But I dare not venture the 3D. I wish I could remember the exact lines, I was too enraptured by the special effects, but I plan to revisit the old classic book version at the end of the semester at any rate, but there were some lines spoken by the Ghosts of Christmas Past and Present that speak to the nature of mankind as sinners. I mean, you take the transformation of Scrooge. It correlates with the transformation of the believer. Perhaps the Ghosts in the Dickens’ tale represent in some part that act of questioning, revelation, belief, faith, acceptance, repentance, and transformation which seem to pretty much describe the steps the new believer takes to get to the point of accepting Jesus. Or at least, it does me. Of course, the challenge is finding other believers who can help keep us steady. But it is an interesting thought.


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  1. A Christmas Wish said, on February 13, 2010 at 1:04 pm

    Another blog that relates to “A Christmas Carol.”

    • ses31 said, on February 16, 2010 at 2:23 am

      Anyway to just link to the site rather than getting all of the other links? I only want things if they directly relate to the topic of the post.

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