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|Format: Word Document|
Vendor: Christianity Today
|Publication Date: 2009|
Series: Movie Bible Study for Teens
The first movie adaptation in the controversial anti-God fantasy series, His Dark Materials by Phillip Pullman.
In a parallel world, one young girl begins a journey through different worlds and sparks a controversy in this world because of what her story says about God and the Church.
The first movie adaptation of British author Philip Pullman s His Dark Materials trilogy, The Golden Compass sets the groundwork for a fantasy epic about a young girl who searches for truth and battles the church-like organization that dominates her world.
This study will help you and your family discuss deeper themes and issues from this movie. How should Christians react to those who criticize them? Is the church important? Do bad things Christians do make God look bad? What are the results of sin? And why is Jesus so important?
Discussing the Scenes
--Responding to Attacks on Our Faith
(Isaiah 54:17, Titus 2:7 8, 1 Thessalonians 5:21 22, John 15:18 19 and Romans 8:28)
--Who Needs the Church?
(2 Corinthians 8:21, Galatians 5:22 23, Romans 12:9 16, Ephesians 2:19 21, Hebrews 10:24 25, Romans 15:5 6 Colossians 1:18)
--The Nature of Sin
(Genesis 3, Psalm 51:5, Jeremiah 17:9, Romans 7: 24 25, and Romans 6:23)
As the Credits Roll
The Golden Compass (New Line Cinema, 2007), rated PG.
This Bible study is not an endorsement of the movie by Christianity Today International. Before watching this film, please get advice and guidance from your parents or youth pastor.
Photo © New Line Cinema.
You have permission to make up to 1,000 copies for use in your local church.
Christian Soldier1 Stars Out Of 5This is Sunday School curriculum?!!!August 17, 2015Christian SoldierQuality: 0Value: 0Meets Expectations: 0With so many good, orthodox themes to discuss in a Christian class setting, why would one choose such a blasphemous (and ant--Christian) story like this? Shame on CBD for endorsing such spiritually poisonous trash!