Choosing To Be Contrarian On “The Chosen”

This is not a review on “The Chosen” because, like almost all Biblical adaptions for mass consumption, I’m not going to watch it.

Promotional image from “The Chose” (Angel Studios)

Way back in 1965, George Stevens took the Biblical story of Jesus to the big screen, and the ensuing film The Greatest Story Ever Told became something of a Hollywood legend for…

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Writer. Mountaineer diaspora. Vet. Managing Editor @ordinarytimemag, Writings found @arcdigi & elsewhere. Writing about food, folks, & faith at Yonder & Home

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Andrew Donaldson

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Writer. Mountaineer diaspora. Vet. Managing Editor @ordinarytimemag, Writings found @arcdigi & elsewhere. Writing about food, folks, & faith at Yonder & Home

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