Rob Reiner’s ‘God & Country: The Rise Of Christian Nationalism’ BOMBS Spectacularly at the Box Office

Rob Reiner’s ‘God & Country: The Rise Of Christian Nationalism’ film opened up this weekend at the box office, and to the surprise of all progressives and no conservatives, it absolutely bombed, bringing in a mere $38,415 over an extended four-day weekend.

The film opened in 85 theaters, averaging $451 a theater over four days, which is incredibly low. Assuming it had at least one showing each day (and likely it had several), it brought in around 112 dollars a day, or ten people a day spread across however many showings.

We’ve talking three or five people per showing, on average.

We’ve written before about the film, featuring the who’s who of bad faith liberals, such as Jemar Tisby, David French, Kristin Kobes Du Mez, Phil Vischer, Skye Jethani, William Barber, Russell Moore, and which alleges that politically active conservative Christians (all lumped together under the label “Christian Nationalism”) don’t understand True Christianity and have let politics subsume their faith.

The truth however if you take a look at who is delivering this message, it becomes clear this is a case of DARVO (an acronym for “deny, attack, and reverse victim and offender”).

To a person, the film’s talking heads all display eye-socket logs of theological compromise in service of politics. In this series of articles, we showed how “experts” of “God And Country” are either firmly outside Christianity in theology and practice or deeply compromised on basic Christian ethics. Two examples of the former:

Meet ‘God + Country’ Talking Head Simone Campbell: A Queer-Affirming Zen Mystic Who Denies Jesus’s Miracles
Meet “God + Country” Talking Head Anthea Butler: Christian In Name Only, Quite Literally

Despite these folks shilling for their terrible movie, no one cared about it it, which is great because it had nothing valuable to say.

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3 thoughts on “Rob Reiner’s ‘God & Country: The Rise Of Christian Nationalism’ BOMBS Spectacularly at the Box Office

  1. If any good can come from this, perhaps more people will be aware of these (and other) anti-Christian Christians (e.g. Russel Moore; Beth Moore).

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