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The year is 1890 and Bible professor, Russell Carlisle has written a new manuscript that proves popular with all of his peers except for one.  When Norris Anderson states that Carlisle’s ideas are deadly and could adversely affect coming generations their relationship is strained to the brink.  Using a secret time machine, Anderson sends Carlisle more than 100 years into the future to see where his ideas will lead. This clever story demonstrates the power of ideas for good and ill and the overarching centrality of Christ.

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Runtime: 95 min

Release: 2002

Cast: D. David Morin, Gavin MacLeod, Hal Linden

Director: Rich Christiano

Writer: Rich Christiano

5 thoughts to “Time Changer (2002)

  • Julie Barfuss

    I thought this movie was a clever idea! The near-ending had me laughing when he said, \"The Savior is Coming!\" and then he disappears. Yep, still laughing 🙂

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  • J. Kleinman

    I am so proud of my cousin, Jasper Randall for producing the music in this movie.

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  • Cochran Family

    We love the movie Time Changer and it is often watched and rewatched in our home. We think it is one of the greatest movies that is available out there that really shows the importance of Christian values in individuals and families. It has taught us that in everything we do and say, it is imperative that we credit Jesus Christ as the moral authority. It shows us that part of Satan’s plan is to remove the moral authority of Jesus Christ, saying that living by good morals is sufficient. The way this movie conveys our obligation as Christian families to bring up and parent our children in a way that acknowledges our complete dependence on Jesus Christ and his commandments– makes for a helpful teaching tool. As parents to four young children we revisit this one often!! We highly recommend sitting down and watching this one as an entire family explaining the sacred charge we have as their parents to include The Lord even in instances like discipline. This movie is fundamental to have on your shelf in your home!

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  • Alexis

    This is a movie our family has watched multiple times and each time we learn so much from it. This movie shows what happens when a society separates the authority of God from His commandments and markets them as good morals. My favorite line in the movie is “satan is not against good morals, he is against the authority of God”. I love that this shows that the real problem is removing God from society, from teaching and discipline and from our own hearts. We must put God back in His position of authority in our hearts, in our homes, and in our communities.

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  • Julie Hatch

    This movie validates what I’ve felt for years in terms of parenting. I used to coach parents and I stopped when I realized that G-d is the authority in our homes and can help our families the most through His words. One of the most common problems I recognized is how parents leave G-d in teaching correct principles, laws and doctrine. As children grow up, they think they are rebelling against their parents, not realizing that they are rebelling against G-d, who we are ultimately accountable to. I love how this movie reinforces and reminds us of the importance of attaching G-d’s principles, laws and doctrine to G-d. Awesome movie with lots of great messages! Plan to have a copy of this movie in my home.

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