“[Jenkins] argues that The Chosen doesn’t replace Scripture but He does claim that God is the one behind it, wanting to use the series to bring people closer to Christ. This same line of reasoning is used by the LDS to promote the Book of Mormon…” – Ingrid McCullough
(Ray Fava – Evangelical Dark Web) Dallas Jenkins appears to have done a media tour at BlazeTV [interview with Mormon in good standing Glenn Beck] and his interview with Allie Stuckey is one of the rare instances where I believe she was out of her depths on the subject at hand. Having never seen The Chosen, Allie Stuckey, the host of Relatable, interviewed Dallas Jenkins, who showcased his excuse for the liberal creative license he takes with the show that is centered around Jesus and his followers.
Dallas Jenkins explains that where the Bible is not clear, they take creative license based on what is biblically plausible. Evangelical Dark Web’s critique of The Chosen has largely been that the creative license they take is largely contradicted in Scripture or history or is too banal for an entertainment medium. The Chosen gets figures fundamentally wrong.
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