Monday, February 24, 2014

...perhaps Hollywood leaders have realized how many regular Joes and Janes out there are searching for life's meaning - and will buy a movie ticket or two along their quest to find it.

They will be joined by masses of already devoted Christians willing to part with $10 to see Noah, for instance, save humanity on the big screen, said Thomas Keating, associate theater professor at Charleston Southern University.

"Hollywood realizes that there is a market for these Christian films where they might have been reluctant in the past," Keating said. "Now they are willing to make an investment."

Local Christians said they don't care as much about why Hollywood is producing these movies as whether they will share their faith through top-notch productions.

Read it all from the Faith and Values section of the local paper.

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