• Students to depict battle against seven deadly sins in dinner theatre
By Linda Green

Satan, portrayed by Davey Lloyd and Jesus, portrayed by Jonathan Rosier, engage in battle. Photo by Linda Green.

Satan and Jesus are the principle characters in “The Harrowing of Hell,” a play being presented by Parable, the youth performing arts team of Marshall Baptist Church.
When Jesus died, he journeyed to hell to defeat sin and get the keys to death and hell.
Hell was thrown into rampage and the seven deadly sins were given their orders to keep people from Christ.
The play, which features the character of Satan in a boardroom-style meeting with the seven deadly sins, will be performed at 6:30 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 23 through Sunday, Jan. 26 in the church’s family life center.
“The Harrowing of Hell,” is Marshall Baptist Church’s second annual winter dinner theatre and is Parable’s third Christian theatre effort.
The play, with its 18-member cast, tells the story of the struggle between good and evil and Christ’s complete victory over sin through His death on the cross as well as His resurrection, said David Mercer, director and the church’s student minister.

To read more on this story, see the Thurs., Jan. 23, edition of The McDuffie Progress.





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