BERRIEN SPRINGS, Mich. — An Adventist-appropriate version of Disney’s live action Aladdin re-make was screened on the campus of Andrews University last night. The screening, which took place in the Howard Performing Arts Center, played to a capacity crowd. The film had been edited by the denomination’s Biblical Research Institute to make sure that no references were made to magic or the supernatural. The BRI editing team ruthlessly chopped any and all magic carpet rides, genie appearances and Jafar sorcerer tricks from the film leaving a solid five minutes, half of which featured scrolling credits.
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