There is a whole generation of people (myself included) that were raised on CCM (Contemporary Christian Music) artists, most of which was a mere husk in form of popular music that was created at the same time. For every Michael…

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The tension between the sadistic and masochistic appeals of horror was reflected in the divide between Cunningham and Craven. The producer saw LAST HOUSE as an escape, an outlet for some dormant pain. As it happens, he also knew that…

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On this episode of Reel World: Rewind . . . A very tired Blaine and Shannon talk about their unashamed love for Pirates of the Caribbean. They talk about legalism and lawlessness, but they also manage to work in a reference…

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We’ve passed the official start of summer and the longest day of the year. Enjoy these long days by being outside and then staying up late watching a movie on your computer or TV, recommended by our wonderful contributors. Enjoy…

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In “Tough Passages,” we’re looking at the difficult verses in the Bible that are often brought up by secular people as reasons the Bible doesn’t make sense, and discovering how they actually reveal the character, love, and glory of God…

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I’ve always wondered about the south window of Redeemer Presbyterian Church in Indianapolis.  It’s a beautiful opening that towers over the sanctuary and frames a lovely visage of…absolutely nothing.

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The initial intrigue to Jesse Moss’ The Overnighters was not a familiarity with his previous material. His filmography is fairly well-known, with documentary work like Full Battle Rattle that won awards at SXSW and was nominated for an Emmy, as well as…

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The movie theater has a lot in common with the cathedral/church gathering space. Sunday morning and nights at the movies are some of the only places left in modern culture where we can get people to show up, sit down,…

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On this episode of the Reel World Theology Podcast: This week we return to the realm of new releases and take a look at the thought-provoking independent film from Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Don Jon. The Film is about a New Jersey…

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