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Name:
Jeff Brown
 
Date Joined:
February 9, 2006
 
Last Login:
December 29, 2011
 
Profile Views:
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About Me:
Just your average Christian who enjoys studying the Bible, Nashville Predators hockey, George Jones, Roy Orbison, LOTR, ALW's Phantom of the Opera, etc.
 
Location:
The Prison of My Mind
 
Name:
Livingston, TN United States
 
Birthday:
2/20/1975
 
Age:
39
 
Sex:
Male
 
School:
Livingston Academy
 
Occupation:
Custodian at Tennessee Tech Univ
 
Favorite Sci-Fi Movie:
Star Wars, Star Trek
 
Favorite Horror Movie:
Friday the 13th (Hey, it's about a guy in a HOCKEY mask!!)
 
Favorite Genre TV Show:
Dr. Who, Beauty and The Beast, The Incredible Hulk, The A-Team
 
Favorite Anime:
Dragonball, DBZ
 
Favorite Comic Book:
Hulk
 
Favorite Video Game:
Anything hockey or wrestling
 
Must Have DVD:
LOTR Special Extended Edition, The A-Team
 


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avidfan 8/13/2009 10:59:24 AM

did you read the Christ Clone trilogy?

pilgram 8/13/2009 11:48:34 AM

Read what you wrote about with Legion. We are together on that. I get a little mad every time I see another angel being hoisted up as a savior. I just chalk it up to ignorance myself. I cannot wait to see a biblically founded action film. The bible is full of great ideas for stories. It just does not make its way into the hands of many in Hollywood. I just wanted to let you know you’re not alone here. By the way I am working on a script with a biblical foundation. My hero is “Melchizedek” and he is wondering the lands still teaching the now Christians as he did the Jews of old. Well see what ever becomes of it.

avidfan 8/17/2009 10:39:36 AM

Check it out - the trilogy that is.  A clone is made from cells found of the Shroud of Turin.  I don't want to tell you anymore because I read these books in less than a week and have read them a few times since then.

I am a Christian myself yet find that most genre-Christian stuff falls a little flat, though there is a lot of great stuff too.  In my opinion, this series is excellent.  Unlike "Left Behind," the characters are intricate, ambiguous, and most of all real.  There is also an element of terror that I did not feel with Left Behind.  I was scared of the world that was created within the books because it was so real.

dawntreader 9/2/2009 8:49:34 PM

Hey, thanks.

I didn't realize there were others of my "mind" here.

read the other comments to you by the others, in my mind there is 3 books that if they were pulled together and made in to a movie series would be the quintisential Christian "action" movie.

take Frank Perretti's books This Present Darkness, Piercing the Darkness and Prophet, stir in a little CGI and Viola! instant Christian action movie.

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