Some of the Christian titles these days, she said, tackle “touchy subjects” such as drugs, domestic violence or abortion.
“These are movies that deal with issues that real people deal with,” Evans said. “Sometimes that’s what’s necessary to reach people for God. But the seals are needed. They’re a good idea.”
The seals Evans anticipates are part of a new system developed by the Grand Rapids, Mich.-based Dove Foundation to gauge the Christian values in films that contain sex, violence and drugs.
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