Crown Rights To Produce “The Caner Project” Documentary

We’re excited to announce that Crown Rights Media, a film company whose mission is to “proclaim the Gospel of Jesus Christ and edify the believer by creating high quality productions centered on building, restoring and establishing a Christ centered world view in all areas of life” will shortly begin filming and producing “The Caner Project” documentary. Details will begin emerging shortly on the website, so please check back on a regular basis.

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5 Responses

  1. paperthinhymn says:

    Their last two films, ‘babies are murdered here’ and ‘how to answer the fool’ are excellent

  2. SLIMJIM says:

    I’m excited for this. The last two documentaries Marcus Pittman put out was good, I’m looking forward to another high quality production in exposing Caner.

  3. This is good. I’m glad to hear they have a track record of quality work.
    If there’s anything we can do to help, we’d be glad to. My wife and I have editorial experience. We could possibly help edit the screen play.
    Part of the documentary should be on the cover-up, of which I am apparently a player. My opinion article on Caner lasted only about three hours on “The Christian Post” (over which Richard Land is the executive editor).

    Also, I believe there is probably a lot of work to be done on Caner. For example, as far as I can tell, no one has been able to look closely at his academic work. His “ThD” thesis doesn’t appear to be readily available in the US for examination. Unlike a US PhD, he only had to do a thesis, no course work. Has anyone investigated whether the thesis was plagiarized or just recycled from earlier papers he wrote for another degree?

    When it’s released, our church maybe willing to host a screening in the Danville, VA area.

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