dir. Rich Christiano
Imagine a future where we focus more on the morality of what we do, instead of what religion or following it’s attached to. The fundamentals of who we are and what we do aren’t relevant to the faith we follow. Instead, our actions should be taken for what they are, and our beliefs should be founded upon on ethos of treating each other well. …All of this is roundly condemned by Time Changer, a Christian movie which declares in no uncertain terms that we can’t be good unless we love Jesus. The man who was foolish enough to try and espouse pragmatic ethics is thrust a century into the future to modern-day New York, where he sees such horrific acts as ambivalence over petty theft and blaspheming in the name of the Lord. That’ll teach him to believe people can be good without Christianity.