1. LOVE ME DEADLY (Jacque Lacerte, 1972) (NSFW)

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    LOVE ME DEADLY Dir. Jacque Lacerte, 1972 USA, 95 min. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 6 – MIDNIGHT SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 14 – MIDNIGHT “A beautiful child woman doomed to love only the dead!” Before Karen Greenlee’s mortuary escapades there was “Love Me Deadly” the story of Lindsay Finch and her lust for the dead! Ms. Finch is a beautiful California blonde who cruises funerals looking for her next lover. Alas, there are only so many funeral homes in LA, a beautiful woman in provocative mourning attire is sure to be noticed. Lucky for Lindsay she catches the eye of a funeral director who just happens to be the leader of a necrophiliac sex cult! Will Lindsay give into lust or will a chance reading of an obituary lead her to true love? LOVE ME DEADLY is a sweet and gruesome film made delightfully perverse by its usage of romantic ballads and upbeat songs as a soundtrack. Its juxaposition of soap opera style flash-backs and embalming tables is absolutely sickening in the best possible way. Watch out for the extras in the first funeral scene, they were all members of the original Church of Satan.

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    • The Attributes of God: Mystery and Revelation, Part 2 (TRtB #90)

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      Our Reasons to Believe passage from the Word of God today is 1 Peter 3:15. It reads, "But sanctify the Lord God in your hearts: and be ready always to give an answer to every man that asketh you a reason of the hope that is in you with meekness and fear." Our Reasons to Believe quote for today is from Walter Martin. He said, "The rise of the cults is “directly proportional to the fluctuating emphasis which the Christian church has placed on the teaching of biblical doctrine to Christian laymen. To be sure, a few pastors, teachers, and evangelists defend adequately their beliefs, but most of them–and most of the average Christian laymen–are hard put to confront and refute a well-trained cultist of almost any variety." Our Reason to Believe powerpoint today is titled "The Attributes of God" part 9 from "The Handbook of Christian Apologetics" by Peter Kreeft and Ronald K. Tacelli: Mystery and Revelation (part 2) Note the movement of thought from affirmation to negation and back again. Note also that what controls this movement at every stage is our realization that God is the creative cause of all things. 1. God is the fullness of being. (affirmation) 2. God is immaterial. (negation) 3. God is spiritual. (affirmation) 4. God is not spiritual as we are. (negation) 5. God's spiritual being is infinitely greater and richer than our own. (reaffirmation) We can reasonably assert that these things are true; but we do not, and cannot, know how. The life of God remains a mystery. But some may think that we have claimed too little. They see a great distance here between the loving Father revealed in Scripture and the infinitely mysterious Creator revealed in philosophical speculation. And we admit this: the kind of love revealed in Jesus is far greater than what we could hope to know from philosophy. That is precisely why Jesus revealed the Father to us. If we could learn all we need to know about God from philosophy, we would have no need of divine revelation. Having said this, what philosophy has given us is not without worth. It shows that, at every moment of our existence, we depend on our Creator for everything: our existence, our intelligence, the intelligibility our intelligence grasps, the goods we strive for --- even the free choices by which we strive for them. Philosophy shows that this Creator infinitely exceeds whatever level of spiritual unity we might possess, and that it is reasonable to view God's action as intelligent, good and providential. True, it does not show the level of love that was revealed in Christ. But it leaves the way open for that possibility. It also discourages idolatry; our cutting God down to our own size, reducing to a measurable distance, so to speak, the height from which he sees us. God cannot be greater than us by any finite measure. He is not in competition with any created thing. Whatever we have is a gift. Nothing is our own. Philosophy can help us to see all that, and so to be grateful for something we too often take for granted: our very being.

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      • Sun Myung Moon, Why Is He So Special?

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        Introductory Video to Sun Myung Moon

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        • Christ in Prophecy: Defending the Faith with Eric Barger - Part 1

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          From a life of sex, drugs and rock-n-roll to salvation in Jesus, hear the life-changing testimony of Eric Barger on the show Christ in Prophecy.

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          • The Dangers of Flirting with a Different Gospel -Galatians 1:6-10

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            Galatians: Gospel Freedom for Godly Living

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            • Tribe Of Joseph - Promo Trailer 1997

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              This is the "PROMO TRAILER" for TRIBE OF JOSEPH that helped launch the feature-film in 2001. SYNOPSIS (written in 1997 before the final draft): Nine-year-old Jonathon Skinner runs away from home only to be abducted by a stranger and whisked into the wilds of Northern British Columbia. His captor, Jacob Cullens, believes himself to be an incarnation of the Old Testament's Jacob whose divine mission is to rebuild the Twelve Tribes of Israel. Each year, his faithful manservant, Cory, returns to the city and "rescues" a new boy who is then added as a "tribe" and trained and nurtured to survive the coming apocalypse and begin a new civilization on earth. Over the course of nine years and eight "brothers", Jonathon begins to question the reality Jacob has so brilliantly convinced him of. He struggles against the memories in his dreams and to what truths they may hold about his past. It is this inner conflict that eventually leads Jonathon (now "Joseph") to question and confront his messianic "father" – a man he has grown to love but learns to fear. Set in an environment of hunting and survival, of Biblical rituals and vigorous training, TRIBE OF JOSEPH is an intense drama about one boy's journey for spiritual truth in a cult of deception. PROJECT NOTES: What started out as a three-day guerrilla shoot soon became one of the shortest feature-films ever made! DP'd by "The X-Files" reigning cameraman, and on 'short-ends' from the show no less (Cleetche had just finished working with them as a production assistant), the numbers say it all: a final crew tally of over 150 volunteers, a cast of 14 (5 of those minors), a budget that ballooned from $10,000 to forty grande; not to mention a wilderness set build, extensive costumes, makeup and props, stunts, special effects, and oh yeah... wild animals. Ambition that high usually comes at a price. And so it did beginning on day two. While in the middle of a setup, a phone call from the lab revealed that the camera body was defective rendering all of the footage shot thus far unusable. As if that wasn't enough, the animal trainers lost their deer in the surrounding park, the set generator broke down, and a key cast member called in sick the next day. But far be it for true success to arrive unchallenged. New crew was assembled for a reshoot the following week (thanks to a private investor upping his ante), the costly deer was replaced with someone's pet bunny, and after much anxiety and torturous soul-searching, the promo trailer for TRIBE OF JOSEPH was finally put in the can. Two months of insurance hell followed with the insurance company refusing to cover the lost expenses and the camera house denying liability. As a result, the film's post-production was put into serious jeopardy. The first fundraiser, called "RAWSTOCK", took place at Celebrities Nightclub and included raffle prizes from countless industry sponsors. The second fundraiser was a dinner cruise throughout English Bay hosted by comedians. Fundraiser number three was much more to the point. A group of investors gathered around a TV in a living room watched the trailer and pulled out their cheque books. On Sunday, July 13th, 1997, eleven months following principal photography, the promo trailer for TRIBE OF JOSEPH played on the big screen at Vancouver's Hollywood Theatre before cast and crew, family and friends, and industry professionals. The following year, Telefilm Canada invested in the screenplay's development and the rest... is history.

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              • Tribe Of Joseph - Clip 6

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                A sample-clip from TRIBE OF JOSEPH, a feature film written and directed by Cleetche in 2001. SYNOPSIS: Filmed within the untamed wilderness of the Pacific Northwest, "Tribe of Joseph" is the engrossing story of a wayward preacher who believes he's been 'called' to restore the Twelve Tribes of Jacob, and the eldest of his kidnapped 'children' who eventually questions his zeal.

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                • Tribe Of Joseph - Clip 3

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                  A sample-clip from TRIBE OF JOSEPH, a feature film written and directed by Cleetche in 2001. SYNOPSIS: Filmed within the untamed wilderness of the Pacific Northwest, "Tribe of Joseph" is the engrossing story of a wayward preacher who believes he's been 'called' to restore the Twelve Tribes of Jacob, and the eldest of his kidnapped 'children' who eventually questions his zeal.

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                  • Tribe Of Joseph - Clip 2

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                    A sample-clip from TRIBE OF JOSEPH, a feature film written and directed by Cleetche in 2001. SYNOPSIS: Filmed within the untamed wilderness of the Pacific Northwest, "Tribe of Joseph" is the engrossing story of a wayward preacher who believes he's been 'called' to restore the Twelve Tribes of Jacob, and the eldest of his kidnapped 'children' who eventually questions his zeal.

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                    • Tribe of Joseph - Clip 1

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                      A sample-clip from TRIBE OF JOSEPH, a feature film written and directed by Cleetche in 2001. SYNOPSIS: Filmed within the untamed wilderness of the Pacific Northwest, "Tribe of Joseph" is the engrossing story of a wayward preacher who believes he's been 'called' to restore the Twelve Tribes of Jacob, and the eldest of his kidnapped 'children' who eventually questions his zeal.

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