what are the pros/cons about this presentation from an Orthodox perspective?
Pros: Better than that other one that said the soul was "the real you".
Mentioned human participation in Christ's kingship/sonship
Descent into Hades
Not terrible trinitarianism compared to what we're used to seeing
No weird anthropology
Some decent atonement stuff
Mentioned the Resurrection
Mentioned Second Coming
Talked a bit about the Incarnation
Some Book of Hebrews stuff.
Much better than that other one. Really, if these are the same guys that we saw a couple years ago, they really stepped it up.
Cons: A little bit of quasi-modalism, but that's to be expected.
Not enough emphasis on reality of death, but there was a little.
A little bit of penal substitution
No focus on the Ascension, needs to expand on the Resurrection
That awful classist prince/pauper thing.
Ill-fitting music and hokey graphics.
"Jesus spectacles" covering over of sin instead of removing it.
No focus on the history of salvation vis a vis the Jews, Israel, etc.
Needs focus on the fact that Jesus was the one by whom/through whom/toward whom/with whom/for whom the world was created.
The "call to action" at the end sounds like it's setting someone up for a "conversion experience". What it lacks here is sacramentality, and the call to die with Christ and live a life of taking up one's Cross.