#182 – First Reformed and Essential Paradoxes

#182 – First Reformed and Essential Paradoxes

On this episode of the Reel World Theology Podcast:
From its announcement, First Reformed has been one of the most requested episodes of Reel World Theology– even before the film came out. It only took the trailer and the people attached to it to pique enough interest among the community. We take some time to look at how this movie explores and evaluates Christianity and where it gets things right and where it is mostly making commentary on the extremes of its adherents. Take some time with this one.
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This episode’s panel included Josh Crabb and Wade Bearden:
Josh Crabb (@HeyItsThatJosh)
RWT Contributor
Wade Bearden (@WadeHance)
WadeBearden.com
Seeing and Believing Podcast
Podcast Notes and Links:
Reel World Theology Discussion Group
First Reformed at IMDB
First Reformed at Rotten Tomatoes
First Reformed at Metacritic
First Reformed Review at Reel World Theology
Seeing and Believing #156
First Reformed: 2018’s Most Thought-Provoking Film So Far at The Gospel Coalition
First Reformed and Holy Art: An Interview with Paul Schrader at Think Christian
A Cinematic Theology of the Cross: Despair and Hope in Paul Schrader’s First Reformed at Christ and Pop Culture
Conversations with Paul Schrader at Fuller Studio
First Reformed is Bruising, Vital, and One of the Year’s Best Films at Vox

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