Tuesday, January 22, 2008

He Gave Up His Eternal Soul To Promote Homosexuality In Hollywood.

The Bible says:
What good does it do if a man gains the whole world and loses his soul?

He decided to push the acceptance of homosexuality onto the culture through a morally bankrupt movie to satisfy the greedy and immoral agenda in Hollywood.

And what did he gain for his efforts?

Brokeback Mountain Star Heath Ledger Found Dead
by The Associated Press

(New York City) Heath Ledger was found dead Tuesday at a downtown Manhattan residence, and police said drugs may have been a factor. He was 28. NYPD spokesman Paul Browne said Ledger had an appointment for a massage at the Manhattan apartment believed to be his home. The housekeeper who went to let him know the masseuse had arrived found him dead at 3:26 p.m.
The Australian-born actor was nominated for an Oscar for "Brokeback Mountain," where he met his wife, actress Michelle Williams, in 2005. Ledger and Williams had lived in Brooklyn and had a daughter, Matilda, until they split up last year.
Ledger was to appear as the Joker this year in "The Dark Night," a sequel to 2005's "Batman Begins." He's had starring roles in "A Knight's Tale" and "The Patriot," and played the suicidal son of Billy Bob Thornton in "Monster's Ball."
Ledger grew up in Perth, and began doing amateur theater at age 10. At 16, he moved to Sydney to pursue an acting career, quickly landing TV movie roles and guest spots on Australian television.
After several independent films and a starring role in the short-lived Fox TV series "Roar," Ledger moved to Los Angeles and costarred in "10 Things I Hate About You," a teen comedy reworking of "The Taming of the Shrew."
Offers for other teen flicks came his way, but Ledger turned them down, preferring to remain idle than sign on for projects he didn't like.
"It wasn't a hard decision for me," Ledger told the Associated Press in 2001. "It was hard for everyone else around me to understand. Agents were like, `You're crazy,' my parents were like, `Come on, you have to eat.'"
His latest role was in "I'm Not There," in which he played one of the many incarnations of Bob Dylan - as did Cate Blanchett, whose performance in that film earned an Oscar nomination Tuesday for best supporting actress.


Anonymous said...

And you gave up being what you really are to live a big lie by pretending you are straight.
Its too bad that you are incapable of making your own choices. You have to let the opinions of others sway your choices.

Anonymous said...

I am a christian, but I am sick and tired of people acting like Heath's connection to this movie has somehow mysteriously, like voodoo or something, caused his death. Like all the other movies he has been in have been God-honoring until Brokeback Mountain? Give me a break. It's illogical AND blasphemous because no one knows the workings of God and why he allows certain fates to happen to certain people.

And as far as poisonous entertainment goes, almost every actor in Hollywood has participated in a movie that promotes sin. In fact, most movies promote sin, and I'll go so far as to include movies supposedly marketed to children. I think commenting on his death and the movie is a pointless endeavor.

James Hartline said...

What do you base your claim of being a Christian on, when you state, "I am a Christian?" Are you a Christian as some of type of social class? Because you certainly aren't one based upon what the Bible says. When you state, "but I am sick and tired of people...." that is coming from a place of attacking people, not from the spirit of Christ. And if you had taken the time to stand on the correct understanding of the Word of God instead of some emotional tirade, you would know that Jesus Christ in His mercy call us to repent lest we die in our sins. Heath promoted the ungodly interests of Hollywood, particularly the secular agenda of promoting homosexuality on America through movies like Brokeback Mountain. You may not like the reality of God and what His word says, but nevertheless, He says it: The wages of sin is death. That is an eternal truth that will happen whether you like it or not. To think otherwise, is to not be a Christian, but a compromiser who could not careless about the eternal destination of those in rebellion to God. You don't care that the man perished and went to hell, or you wouldn't be attacking those who call his death for what it was. You don't even know what the Bible teaches, much calling Christians blasphemous for preaching the truth. You are lukewarm and a compromiser and you take the side of the homosexual agenda rather than the servants of the Lord. Yeah, yeah, yeah..."I am a Christian...." based upon what book?