Dallas Jenkins Defends The Chosen’s Inaccuracies in Allie Stuckey Interview

“[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 … Continue reading 

The Chosen is Offering a Free Trial to an App That Lets You Pray With Their Cast Members

As I pointed out in an piece I penned last year (link below), a lot of professing Christians don’t realize that practicing Mormons, who have a different Jesus than the Jesus in the Bible, are involved in the production of … Continue reading 

The Chosen’s Third Season Is A Seeker-Sensitive CW Show?

“Characteristics of a CW show are good looking actors, hyper-emotionalism, and bad messaging.” (Ray Fava – Evangelical Dark Web) Christian media is full of shills for The Chosen, and the latest media tour of its cast has publications like CBN … Continue reading 

Jesus Quotes ‘Book of Mormon’ In The Chosen Season 3

“As the series has gained popularity, its producers and actors have embraced ecumenism, with Jonathan Roumie and Dallas Jenkins visiting the Vatican to promote the series by meeting Pope Francis.”  (Paul Brown) A recently released trailer from season 3 of … Continue reading 

Do ‘The Chosen’ Mormon Executive Producers see Mormonism and Christianity coming together?

“….most people probably didn’t realize there are a couple of Latter Day Saint artists in those performers you know, and they’re some of the most beloved….” (John Lanagan – The Word Like Fire) “So I love the fact that our communities are … Continue reading 

The Chosen backers mock biblical opposition with devil ‘satire’

It should be very concerning to Bible believing Christians that The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints a.k.a Mormonism, is heavily involved in the production of The Chosen. Mormonism is a pseudo-Christian cult. Mormons are not true believers. How … Continue reading 

‘The Chosen’ Is An Affront To A Holy God

I am sorry, but enjoying the “personality” Dallas Jenkins has given his false Jesus is wrong. Enjoying The Chosen with your family, because it helps provide “discussion points,” is wrong. (John Lanagan – The Word Like Fire) I am the … Continue reading 

TV’s ‘The Chosen’ Director Dallas Jenkins Doubles Down on Controversial Mormon Comments, Straight up Lies

“Even if he wasn’t explicitly referring to the LDS community, which he was, unless his Mormon friends repudiate everything they believe about Jesus, then he is still wrong that his Mormon friends and partners believe in the same Jesus.”  (Protestia) … Continue reading 

‘The Chosen’ Biblical Consultant met Christ via New Age/Eastern Meditation?

(John Lanagan – The Word Like Fire) Many of the people involved with The Chosen are now very influential–Christians listen to them. Which is proving more and more unfortunate as some things these folks are involved with or advocate are … Continue reading 

The Chosen Dilemma: Not a faithful film version of the gospel accounts

“Dallas Jenkins is clear that he is not a pastor, The Chosen is not the Church, and the story the series is telling is not the Bible. Fair enough. But whether he recognizes it or not, his celebrity status among … Continue reading 

The Chosen is not the evangelistic tool Christians hoped it would be. Here’s why.

“After two seasons, it is evident the “authentic Jesus” is not in The Chosen. The show is serving as a vehicle to drive a false, interfaith Christ into the hearts of many.” (John Lanagan – The Word Like Fire) According … Continue reading 

Is God really the one behind ‘The Chosen,’ as the creator of the series declares?

(Marsha West – Christian Research Network)  Thousands of people, including many Christians, have tuned in to watch the series The Chosen. The series is about Jesus Christ and His disciples, both before and after their ministry began. The Chosen has been … Continue reading 

Chosen

In this post we will look at Ephesians 1:3-14 and Romans 8:29-30. In these two passage are found three Greek words that have been the source of large numbers of polemic works and, in my own experience, I have been … Continue reading