“Creed of Gold” ~ CFDb Movie Review
Revolving around the concept of truth, this film uses the medium of money to illustrate how what we believe impacts not only us but the people around us.
In 1917, a secret group financed the Bolshevik Revolution; while this group did not break any laws, were their actions ethically right? Creed of Gold follows three college students as they investigate this shadowy group of individuals. For centuries, this group has manipulated finances around the world and is now using the Federal Reserve to undermine the U.S. economic situation.
When, unbeknownst to the others, one man gets greedy and creates a computer program in the Federal Reserve accounting program to siphon money into his own pocket, the race is on. An immigrant from Russia, Adam relates the ideas of the Bolshevik revolution to modern day America. Cody, Adam’s brilliant but humorous side-kick, helps bring the message of the film home by sometimes just stating the obvious. And Kirsten allows us to empathize with the trio as we follow her personal journey from high-society to heartfelt faith.
An intriguing Christian film about the Federal Reserve. There are some humorous moments throughout and a nice ending!
There is one statement I really liked, If life is just a game then we make the rules, but if it’s not a game, then God makes the rules.
That is something to think about. Do we believe the promise found in Romans 8:28 – And we know that all things work together for good, to them that love God, to them who are the called according to his purpose.
It will be interesting to find out the truth behind all the corruption in our world once we get to Heaven, and then I wonder, if we will even care at that time. Eternal life…that’s what this life is all about. Give our lives to Jesus and be examples to others so they will want to go too!
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