[quote="Dale_M, post:9, topic:231318"]
You're welcome. :)
I am not familiar with the book, but its (unfortunate) title does explain the tentative title given to the television show which is under development. And I think the interview gives us a better idea of what to expect in the show. Rather than demonizing all Christians, it will contrast a humble sinner trying to redeem her life versus those who judge themselves to be good Christians yet seem to miss the message of Christ. As a comedy, I expect it will focus on the exasperation of the heroine and the cattiness of her rivals, but that doesn't necessarily mean that the show will be anti-Christian.
I do see what you mean, but the secularists will take it to be anti-Christian and will love the show because of it. They'll focus on the cattiness (great word btw :thumbsup:) of the antagonists and say, ''thats what all Christians are like! They're such hypocrites!" They'll have more amunition to continue to unfairly judge the Christian community. Its happened before and it will happen again.
[quote="Timothy17, post:10, topic:231318"]
Considering the producer I have to default assume that the show is anti-Christian.
Well if he produced Sex in the lame, stupid City :banghead: then I think its fair to say you may be right. Incase anyone is wondering I cannot stand Sex in the City.