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Saturday Cinema Films

December 21, 2013

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Is Hollywood and academia correct in asserting that Jesus has been the greatest detriment to society and the source of war and degradation, inequity and plunder? Or has the Judeo-Christian worldview provided the foundation for unparalleled political, economic, and religious freedom resulting in the highest levels of opportunity, prosperity, health and happiness  for the greatest number of people in all of history?  With facts from science, history, philosophy, and theology, Dr D James Kennedy of Coral Ridge Ministries answers these allegations in the 60 minute documentary “What If Jesus Had Never Been Born?”http://www.christianbook.com/what-jesus-had-never-been-born/pd/2297BD A second feature at Saturday Cinema will be “The Jesus Film” http://www.jesusfilm.org/
(83 minutes) the highly acclaimed dramatic portrayal based on the Gospel of Luke.   Show times  for Saturday December 21st are as follows: “What If Jesus Had Never Been Born? “- 8:00, 10:40, 1:15, “The Jesus Film”- 9:10, 11:45,2:20.

Saturday Cinema is an independent nonprofit mini theater located inside the West Annex of Saturday’s Market showing a diverse range of cutting-edge documentaries with a Biblical World View. Films are selected which challenge the common presuppositions of the viewer while exposing the prevailing narratives of academia, the culture and the media.  Admission is free but seating is limited. Free-will donations and purchases from the refreshment counter help to fund the theater. Additionally attendees as well as Saturday Market shoppers may support the nonprofit ministry through the purchase of fresh Christmas wreaths and swags being produced adjacent to the theater.

Saturday’s Market is located off the Toll House exit of Rt 283 between Middletown and E-Town. For more information or to place orders for wreaths, readers may call 717 329-5228.



December 21, 2013
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Saturday’s Market Middletown
3751 E Harrisburg Pike
Middletown, 17057 United States


Lloyd Bedford