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  1. Gary

    My first comment to my wife after watching it, “I sure hope the old women in our church didn’t watch it. They may actually believe it’s true”.

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    1. Craig Falvo

      I don’t think this is something the old women in my church would watch…

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  2. I hated the ‘RevelationS” bit… and I think they took the American Exceptionalism a bit too far, but over all…

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    1. Craig Falvo

      I just realized that I forgot about the American Exceptionalism…

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  3. Mike Poteet (@Bibliomike)

    Yes, it will be interesting, and I’ll be watching right along with you. I am glad I’m not the only one who picked up on the show as a potential commentary on “American exceptionalism” (http://bit.ly/16e6qCf) – a very timely series!

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  4. I found this cringeworthy, firstly they made judgment day about whether or not the earth will be allowed to continue, the two witnesses have gone from Elijah and Moses to Abby and Ichabod, Satan is essentially a god, everything that happens that heathen humanity would see as bad (such as the four horsemen etc) are now carried out by Satan not God, in fact, God has no part in this show.

    Witchcraft appears to be the new christianity, the two witnesses are integral to the “fate of humanity” and don’t preach the gospel anymore, fire doesn’t come from their mouths, humankind is completely innocent.

    I also note the gigantic eye of lucifer gratuitously shown on one of the gravestones during the show, showing us exactly what this show is about! Its about a false gospel, and keeping people FAR away from the gospel of Jesus Christ.

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