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Beloved Enemy

Moral Rating: Excellent!
Moviemaking Quality:
Primary Audience: • Adults • Young-Adults • Teens
Genre: Christian Romance Apologetics Drama
Length: 1 hr. 30 min.
Year of Release: 1964
USA Release:
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Featuring Tony MockusDr. Mark Atwood
Flo Price … Dr. Lynn Scott, physician
Jack Ryan … Eric Scott, President of AstroMedic Research Corp.
Les Sutter Jr. … Abe, scientist at AstroMedic
Tom Taylor … Murray, scientist at AstroMedic
Lowell Lytle … Missionary Physician
Ernest Gonzales … Guerilla leader
Dr. Bruce Dunn … Dr. B.J. Gordon, Professor of New Testament
William Nolden …
Mimi Sellers …
Lew Prentiss …
Ruby Thompson …
W.C. Thompson …
Barry Hopkins …
Dorothy Hanson … Belle, secretary
Elaine Sutter … Helen Sanders, Lynn’s friend
Mary Erickson … Terri Raymond (Lynn’s friend)
William Garvin …
Barbara Gonzales …
Leone Erickson … Waitress
Lucha Miller …
Director Stanley E. Taylor (Stan Taylor)
Producer Films for Christ
Distributor Christian Answers (Films for Christ)

An award-winning evangelistic and apologetics drama

This classic Christian drama presents convincing evidence that Christ rose from the dead. “Beloved Enemy” is the story of a skeptical scientist’s search for truth.

The action flows from ski slopes to jungles and involves the relationship of a Christian woman who—due to her desire to obey God’s Word—refuses to marry a non-believer, an attractive, but agnostic young scientist.

The message of this film is as relevant today as when it won “Best Evangelical Film of 1964”—and maybe more so!

Streaming DVD quality video

90 minutes / Produced by Christian Answers (Films for Christ) / Copyrighted. All Rights Reserved.

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Viewer CommentsSend your comments
Positive—I saw this movie as a teenager and have always remembered it. I would say that it probably impacted my life in ways that I did not recognize at the time—one being the Biblical principle of maintaining a stand not to marry an unbeliever—no matter how attractive, intelligent and appealing that potential partner might be, as was the male star in this movie; and secondly, that when a scientist or anyone seeks truly to find truth, that road eventually leads to God and His irrefutable knowledge and love.

This film is set in beautiful scenery and is a classic in timeliness and relevance.
My Ratings: [Excellent! / 5]
Lee Cooper, age 55
Positive—“Beloved Enemy” remains one of my all-time favorite films. I knew several of the actors, and I was blessed by the story. Much was filmed near my home in Peoria, IL. I’d love to have a copy of your DVD.
My Ratings: Moral rating: Excellent! / Moviemaking quality: 4½
Joey Watt, age 68 (USA)
Positive—I saw the movie many years ago when still a child, and it made such an impression on me, that I would love to view it again. Clear message to stand by my testimony for Christ.
My Ratings: Moral rating: Excellent! / Moviemaking quality: no opinion
Louise, age 63 (South Africa)

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