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Stranger than Fiction: Movies through a Biblical Worldview

Sometimes it takes the voice of God to get people to live a great story. Sometimes that story takes them to unexpected and tragic places. Not knowing if life is comedy or tragedy can lead to a life of stops … Continue reading

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Watching Movies Through a Biblical Worldview

Movies are an influential medium. A myriad of worldviews are on display and like it or not, those worldviews seep into the consciousness of the public. Screenwriters, even if they aren’t aware of it, input their own worldview into the … Continue reading

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Paradise Now

The Israeli-Palestinian conflict is not going away any time soon. At least that is what it seems like. Both sides want what they want and both sides feel they have a right to it. In Paradise Now, the story of … Continue reading

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Predators

Predators has the potential to be a great suspenseful film about the nature of humanity and the surprising lengths we go to survive, but it never strives to be that. Predators is content with being a fun and amusing B-movie … Continue reading

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The Road

The Road is a harrowing story about the struggle for survival in the midst of a post-apocalyptic world. The story follows a father (Viggo Mortensen) and his son (Kodi Smit-McPhee) as they head south towards the coast all the while … Continue reading

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