Include the woman who worked for the secular radio

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include the woman who worked for the secular radio station who went to Africa, and all the people who volunteer and provide services to the homeless during those the nights under bridges (Merchant). The title of the film relates to the film theme as not all Christians are the same and the title says Lord save us from your followers in the view, we all are not same but hope to get saved. The film promotes the values and beliefs of Christianity by interviewing different people from everywhere, and overall strength of the film is effective only to promote Christianity. The film is 1 hour 40 mins, and in my point of view, the director did justice with the timing showing important scenes and did not make it long. Overall, it is evident that the documentary Lord Save Us From Your Followers attempts to showcase modern Christians and their views compared to non-Christians. While doing so, Merchant seems to focus too much on the evangelicals and tries to group almost all Christians together when some branches are nothing like one and other. It looks like a miracle
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Last name 4 that this film was even created, due to the high number of biases and conventional methods used in its creation. Works Cited Merchant, Dan. Lord, Save Us From Your Followers. 2008. Merchant, Dan. Lord, Save Us from Your Followers: Why is the Gospel of Love Dividing America?. Thomas Nelson, 2012. Minozzi, William, et al. "Logos, Ethos, Pathos." Orr, James. The Christian View of God and the World: As Centring in the Incarnation. Charles Scribner's Sons, 1907.
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