For Ages 12 and Over
In this extraordinary, visual masterpiece, we follow Jesus Christ through the scenes of his ministry. This film offers a comprehensive look at how his teachings revolutionized our understanding of natural law, the God-instituted roles of mankind, the family, the church, society and government. Additionally, it describes how Satan has methodically destroyed each critical institution in pursuit of the New World Order that unfolds at the late stage of human history.
“Christ Alone” focuses on Christ, his influence, and how his teachings and Biblical principles are lacking in many civil places in society today. Specifically, it addresses the family unit and the goal of the enemy to end it as we know it. Several Biblical experts appear in the film. Dr. Chuck Baldwin, pastor, states that the Tower of Babel was more of a visual replacement of God than it was simply a very tall, impressive edifice. Author Tim Baldwin also states that Jesus is the catalyst to western civilization. Dr. Katherine Albrecht urges viewers not to accept jobs that promote evil in society.
The documentary may be controversial to some viewers, as it focuses on the Devil’s influence in today’s world and delves into Lucifer’s background, beginning with his prideful fall, found in Isaiah 14. Illustrations and images featured in the film show Satan tempting Christ. The film suggests that eugenics, social Darwinism, and other theories of the modern world have paved the way for the government’s technological surveillance. It also claims that Jonas Salk’s polio vaccine actually caused many polio cases and states that processed foods are poisoning people today. However, it makes a compelling case against society’s departure from Biblical principles and issues a warning that one must know God in order to resist the Devil.
Because the film encourages viewers to look to God and the Bible, and it promotes the family unit of mom, dad and children, we are awarding it our Faith Friendly 12+ Seal. It’s an enlightening look at the world and will prompt the viewer to examine what he or she believes.