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Ian David Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Fri Aug-10-07 09:08 AM
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Does anyone remember those Christian Sunday Morning TV shows from the 1970s?
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Edited on Fri Aug-10-07 09:09 AM by IanDB1
I'm trying to find info on one, specifically, which may or may not have had Mac Davis in it.

(IMDB isn't much help: http://us.imdb.com/name/nm0205067 / )

It was one of a series of Christian broadcasts, and the story went something like this:

It's the near-future, and the world is over-populated and lethally polluted.

Grandma and Grandpa are coming to visit, and when they arrive at the door, they ask to see their grandson.

Mom and Dad have to break the news that, "Well, you know how kids are. They forget things. He forgot to put on his gas mask before going outside, and..."

Anyway, I would love to track that down.

Wasn't it great when religious people wanted to save the world, instead of just save souls, and when Armageddon was a BAD thing?

We need more "Creation Care" and less "Careless Creation."





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