13 July, 2007

Ergun Caner to Star in New Movie This Fall


Lynchburg, VA - Coming this fall to a theater near you. Ergun Caner is The Calvinator. From the makers of Free Will E. and An Arminian in Paris comes an epic film of eternal weight.

In a world of religious chaos, where doctrinal confusion reigns, one man is sent from the future to stop the madness before it destroys the efforts of the gospel. Traveling to the year 1643 with his stump of power, The Calvinator has one mission; to stop the Westminster Assembly of Divines and put an end to Calvinism forever!

Be sure not to miss The Calvinator: Judgment Day this fall from Dave Hunt Productions.

13 comments:

les said...

Very clever. :)

Lee Shelton said...

Can't wait! See y'all at the premier!

Les Puryear said...

ROTFL!! This is the best one yet!
Thanks for the laugh, guys.

BTW, I don't know who the other "Les" is, but could you please identify yourself a bit more specifically? Some people are attributing your comments to me. :)

Les Puryear

J said...

Great post. I love the poster! FYI - the title of the article should read "movie," not "move."

Pastor Bob said...

"I'll be back... If I choose!"

pilgrim said...

I'm waiting for "An Arminian Werewolf in London."

ben said...

But is "willing" to let James White or Tom Ascol make a cameo?

Rev. said...

I can already envision the sequel, The Calvinator 2, wherein Caner is sent back to the 1500s to do battle with the Reformers themselves.

Tyler said...

HOT
make it a trilogy with a trip to the Synod of Dort to rescue the Remonstrants.

Javier Villagran said...

This is PREDESTINED to be a classic!

Benjamin said...

I would definitely elect this for some kind of theological/cinematographic prize.

theycallmeblock said...

Too funny. I am not a calvinist and I realize this pokes fun at my theological stance. But, I am a fan of humor and this made me laugh. This is one of your best works. Great tie in with the movie's theme. The "predestined" to be a hit comment by reader was funny also.
grace and peace,
Block

Lane Chaplin said...

I think there's an error in this article, and it's not by Dave Hunt Productions because he called me and asked "What film is this?" He said that it must be produced by Rick Warren Films who also brought us "40 Days Later" and "Sex Challenge and the City".