I watched this film today and it’s most excellent. Today’s modern predominant flavor of worship isn’t just a mild departure from a cultural, colonial norm. Rather, it’s a grievous, idolatrous, man-centered departure from the clearly-defined pattern of worship prescribed in Scripture.

The God of the Old Testament who struck down Nadab and Abihu for offering strange fire in His presence hasn’t changed. To the contrary, because we have the greater light of the New Testament, we are even more accountable before God. Just because God doesn’t strike people down dead today who mock him with contemporary worship does not mean he is not any less displeased.

This film ought to be spread far and wide. May R. Scott Clark’s words come true:

This film will truly help toward Recovering the Reformed Confession.