Behold A Pale Horse, America's Last Chance
Looming world government, a world "elite", the United Nations...loss of American Sovereignty! The light of our "shining city on a hill" dims. Dissecting America under judgement, such Patriots as Lieutenant General William Boykin, Elena Chitta, Dr. Katherine Allbrecht, Jim Marrs, Dr. Stan Montieth, Joel Skousen and Gerald Celente, join Charlie Daniels in a primer for the uninitiated on The New World Order, with Biblical perspective. A global feudal police state unfolds. We were born for such a time as this! Be a part of the solution. Freedom depends on it. Color, not rated, approximate running time 102 minutes.
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PROS: The content is incredible and calls forth action from every patriot. The quality of the guests / speakers is amazing. I never heard of most of these folks, but they are passionate, learned, skilled, and very convincing. What comes across is everyone's sincerity in their topics. Charlie Daniels as a narrator is wonderful, and his down-to-earth style of speech and mannerisms are refreshing. The speakers are divided between men and women, and the women rock! These women in the film really know how to teach. I am going to re-watch this DVD several times, and wait for the next in series.
CONS: There is a small section in the film that focusses on Biblical Eschatology, as in the "coming of the Anti-Christ," and the "mark of the Beast" type theology. However, when it comes to Eschatology (the study of end-time or future prophetic events), no one group has the definitive answers. It is just my personal pet-peeve to hear any one group of "theorists" talk as if their view is the only correct Biblical view. Understand, I am not referring here to Doctrines or Fundamental Theological system of salvation, but end-time or prophetic "theories" espoused to be definitive truths. So, when the film diverts to the topic of Eschatology in explaining the "mark of the Beast" or the "Beast" as Anti-Christ, it proposes an "INTERPRETATION" of the book of Revelation. And there is no one system of interpretation that has all the answers to such a book.
However, I still give this film 5-stars because overall i found it good and rewarding. My personal bias and peeves about Eschatology should not come in the way of preventing anyone to see this film.
My husband and I would be trying to absorb the information that we had just heard when it would quickly jump to something else.....and this continued on, all the way to the end. We also did not like the dramatic heart-pounding music that played in the background throughout most of the documentary. I know that this was added to evoke emotion but it simply was not needed since the ills of our country evoke enough emotion in most Americans already! The music also made it hard to hear and understand the speakers at times.
With that said, I do appreciate, and I am thankful, for this first part of a three part series. I only hope that the producers pay close attention to constructive criticism so that these things can be ironed out in the next two parts of the series. God bless!