I will probably go see it if I have the money. I read the book and found a few minor flaws, and a few points that I disagreed with.

But the nonsense people are saying about it is absurd. The book did not teach Universalism, Goddess worship, or most of any of the other nonsense that people accuse it of teaching.

In my experience, very few, if any, of the harsh critics of this book actually took the time to read any of it. They just heard it from a friend who, heard it from a friend who, heard a rumor from another who never read it either.

Christians, we don't have to read every book or watch every movie, but at least do a little due diligence before judging a matter which you know nothing about.

"He who gives an answer before he hears, It is folly and shame to him." - Proverbs 18:13