#022 – Divergent and Social Division

#022 – Divergent and Social Division

On this episode of the Reel World Theology Podcast:

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We dive, again, into the world of young adult literature adaptations by conversating about the hugely popular film, Divergent. In the adaptation, up and comer, Shailene Woodley takes on our lead as Tris, who learns she’s Divergent and won’t fit in to a society that categorizes all it’s citizens into factions. When she discovers a plot to destroy Divergents, Tris and the mysterious Four (played by the surprising Theo James) must find out what makes Divergents dangerous before it’s too late. We will give our thoughts on the movie, as an adaptation of the widely popular Young Adult literature genre, and also explore the themes the book very intentionally raises about conformity, human nature, leadership, sacrifice, and identity.

 

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Reel World Theology #022 – Divergent and Social Division
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This weeks panel included Laura Fissel and Erienne Jones.

Laura Fissel (@laura_fissel)
Leaving Teaching Blog

Erienne Jones (@ErienneJones)
Fiction Finders

 

Podcast Notes and Links:

Divergent (Movie) on IMDB

Divergent (Books Series) on Wikipedia

Divergent on Rotten Tomatoes

Divergent review at Christianity Today

Interview With Veronica Roth at Elle

Divergent and the Bravest Choice at NorvilleRodgers

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