It’s time to go back to class. Newcomer to the podcast David Lichty takes us on an excellent 7-session journey that deals deeply with film and theology. Join us!
The Promised Handout:
A Brief Overview of where we’re going:
- Overview – Why movies are great?
- Setting Proper Boundaries…Protection? Sure, maybe. But it’s person specific, not content specific. We’ll bring the tools you’ll need.
- Worldviews and Assumptions: Seeing through Acts 17
- Assumptions and worldviews: We are to test, and not too simplistically.
- Things I’ve learned about God from how we watch movies AND You are not a sponge. You are a spokesman.
- When Gore is just Porn
- How to know what’s good, and the Fun of New Horizons
Also, because of the (previous working) title:
SUPPLEMENT: List of books where the movies are argued to be better
Apocalypse Now Blade Runner Breakfast at Tiffany’s Cape Fear Casino Royale Children of Men Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon The Curious Case Of Benjamin Button The Devil Wears Prada Die Hard Donnie Brasco Dr. Strangelove Fight Club Full Metal Jacket The Godfather Gone Baby Gone Gone Girl The Graduate Invasion of the Body Snatchers (1956) Invasion of the Body Snatchers (1978) Jackie Brown Jaws John Carpenter’s The Thing Mean Girls Metropolis Night of the Hunter One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest Out of Sight Pitch Perfect The Prestige Psycho Sense and Sensibility The Shawshank Redemption The Shining Silence of the Lambs Slumdog Millionaire Stand By Me There Will Be Blood To Kill a Mockingbird (ooOOOOooh!) %nbsp;
…and I don’t think I need to include a list going the other way.
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Audio clips from Superman are ©1978 Warner Bros Studios. Audio clips from Jaws are ©1975 Universal Studios. All clips are used here for review and critique purposes only.
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