They Took On Hollywood’s Anti-Christian Culture--and Won
With the Powerful Movie “God’s Not Dead”
Christians are under attack. It is a real war, but the weapons are not bullets and bombs; they are Hollywood movies that advance the secularist agenda. The aggressors' objective is to destroy Christian values and culture, replacing it with a fluid moral relativism that is designed to destroy core Judeo-Christian values.
Taking on Hollywood are Cary Solomon and Chuck Konzelman, two fearless warriors with the credibility of long careers in the secular entertainment industry. Cary and Chuck are now challenging the Hollywood elite with faith-based films that also are commercial successes.
Their newest movie, “God’s Not Dead” is a powerful production that matches Hollywood's most sophisticated. Cary and Chuck co-produced it for $1.1 million; it generated over $100 million in revenue. And more are on the way.
You can hear their story first hand on Dec. 8 when Cary and Chuck are the guest speakers for the Catholics@Work breakfast forum.
The stories that Cary and Chuck tell of Hollywood's anti-Christian culture are frightening. Just as powerful are their stories of the miraculous events that led them to abandon secular Hollywood and become Christian warriors with movies that are inspiring and motivating.
They will give us a look behind the glamorous mask of the movie business, giving us behind-the-scene insights into the making of “God’s Not Dead” and other faith based projects they are bringing to life.
Cary and Chuck know Hollywood’s secular camouflage. “We must train ourselves to dig beneath the surface of Hollywood’s offerings. It is not just the openly violent and sexual films that are a threat to Christian values but also films that put a friendly and compassionate face on anti-Christian beliefs such as non-traditional marriage and abortion.”
Past assignments include writing for Warner Brothers, Paramount, Sony-Columbia and 20th Century Fox. They have sold original-concept TV pilots to CBS, ABC and Fox; New Line Television, Touchstone and Peace Arch and projects to cable networks TNT and HBO.
Diana Nagy, president of Catholics@Work, says, “In the race to blunt the force of cultural secularism these guys are the right stuff.”
She adds, “While Cary and Chuck take Hollywood head-on we can all contribute because it is our votes that can change the very nature of Washington DC. We should avoid the rhetoric of competing political parties and vote for people whose views and beliefs are more closely aligned with our Christian Values. Don’t miss this very important breakfast forum; and bring a friend. I know they will thank you.”
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