The Fall Continues / Fall TV

The Fall Continues / Fall TV

The fall of the United Statues continues.

First, the church becomes nonspiritual, all in the name of being spiritual.

Second, Satan begins to fill the void with a focus on his demons and spirituality.

You say, ‘I am rich; I have acquired wealth and do not need a thing.’ But you do not realize that you are wretched, pitiful, poor, blind and naked. I counsel you to buy from me gold refined in the fire, so you can become rich; and white clothes to wear, so you can cover your shameful nakedness; and salve to put on your eyes, so you can see. (Revelation 3:17-18)

hint: Satan will point to Jesus as long as he is the center of attention.


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Here’s some head-turning news: One of the scariest tales of all time is being made into a TV series at Fox. The broadcast network has given a pilot order to The Exorcist.

The drama is a modern reinvention of William Peter Blatty’s bestselling 1971 book, The Exorcist. The project is described as “a propulsive, serialized psychological thriller following two very different men tackling one family’s case of horrifying demonic possession, and confronting the face of true evil.”

Jeremy Slater (who wrote the 2015 flop Fantastic Four along with two others) is the writer-producer, with James Robinson, David Robinson and Barbara Wall on as executive producers.

The project manages to cross two recent trends: reboots of popular brands into TV shows, and a renewed interest in the practice of exorcism. Last year, the Destination America cable network drew plenty of buzz for its “first-ever live exorcism” special, Exorcism: Live! (though the program was centered around a supposedly possessed house instead of a possessed person). Also, there have even been reports of the Catholic Church boosting the number of exorcism-trained priests.

Released in 1973, the film adaptation of The Exorcist ranks as one of the 10 biggest box office hits of all time when its gross is adjusted for inflation.