The Lobster – a movie that sounds like how the church treats adult singles
A really nice lady I follow on Twitter (Christian Janeway; her screen name there is @XianJaneway) tweeted me today, asking me if I had ever heard of this film, and I said, no:
(Link): The Lobster
Here is how that page reads:
- In a dystopian near future, single people, according to the laws of The City, are taken to The Hotel, where they are obliged to find a romantic partner in forty-five days or are transformed into beasts and sent off into The Woods.
I told Christian Janeway that sounds pretty much how like most American Christians and churches already treat adult singles. Really.
If this movie ever comes on cable TV, I’ll give it a watch.
(Link): The Lobster: A Dystopian Tour de Force (A Movie About Adult Singles)
(Link): Please Stop Shaming Me for Being Single by J. Vadnal
(Link): The Netherworld of Singleness for Some Singles – You Want Marriage But Don’t Want to Be Disrespected or Ignored for Being Single While You’re Single
(Link): Really, It’s Okay To Be Single – In order to protect marriage, we should be careful not to denigrate singleness – by Peter Chin
(Link): Hey, Justice Kennedy: You don’t need to shame singles to uphold marriage by L. Bonos
(Link): To Get Any Attention or Support from a Church These Days you Have To Be A Stripper, Prostitute, or Orphan
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