Don't be confused. Well, it's your prerogative to be confused but let me attempt to clear up that part of your confusion that my post caused. If I can. My "ire" is directed at Redeemed. Dove is a subsidiary of Redeemed if I am correct. When Churches started setting up media houses I will never know but it is a modern world so that's not a problem. No one is being forced to join the Christian Right and I do not see where in my post I implied that anyone was being forced to do so. If you can spot it, please point it out. Now, look properly and read and comprehend y'hear If you still see it, then point it out. Like I said, I am baffled that a church is setting up a media house. It is their prerogative but the mind boggles. Soon, they will open a nite club, amusement pack and their own telecommunication network. It's their prerogative as you say. Well, I find it hard to believe that a Church setting up a media house will not somehow try to inflict their beliefs on the product they put out. What will then be the purpose? You can not serve two masters. They can not on the one hand be preaching against fornication, adultery and what have you and on the other hand be putting out movies that show exactly that. Do you get the point? Therefore, it is not a proper media house in my eyes and surely, in the eyes of any reasonable objective person. To suggest otherwise would be to be naive in the extreme. Still, one can't put anything past redeemed so if anyone can preach one thing while practising the other it would be our good old ravers at the redeemed party halls. Dove media is a company backed by the Redeemed church. Dove media may be fit for the purpose of distributing movies but they may not be good for the industry in the long run because we will just be exchanging devils. Illiterate marketers for self righteous tyrants trying to promote their religuous beliefs on what they see as lost souls. I may be judging them too soon but like I said earlier, how your major shareholder will be preaching thou shalt not fornicate on the one hand and you are producing movies that may contain fornication, remains a mystery to me. We will see. They can keep Jesus wherever they please, my dear. I know where he is myself and I don't need redeemed inundating me with Christian movies on a weekly basis trying to tell me how to reach him. I am not dictating to them. I am airing my opinion at their involvement in the movie industry which I have absolutely every right to do..not being a member of their er..gang..I think I can speak as I find and not as they have interpreted. My anger is not misdirected, dear gal. perhaps in your confusion you are directing my anger to all manner of places. It is directed at redeemed church. if Dove media goes on to prove me wrong and maintains its autonomy..I will be very happy because these marketers are taking the ****. Meanwhile, I will view Dove media as I view their parent company and that's uh oh! watch out for the preachers and the controlling of the artistes and scripts to fit their christian right views. In the short term, we are happy just so the marketers can have competition but in the long run, it doesn't seem promising. Hopefully, some others without any policies will come through and just gives us a broad variety of things to watch. You want Christian movies, great. You want your regular love stories, horror, drama, et al..great. Variety is the spice of life. I hope you are less confused. if not, I can't help you my dear. Try Redeemed. There is always one round the corner. Just like Mcdonalds.