HBO Max, a streaming service that is still in its infancy, made waves recently when they announced that they were temporarily pulling Gone with the Wind, the 1939 film based on Margaret Mitchell’s novel. The HBO statement reads, “These racist…

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While the 80s might have had the shine and mythology of excess given to it from the rearview mirror of history, the 90s, by most appearances, lived in the full realization of that mythology. The thing that distinguished it from…

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Mere years after the introduction of sound technology into film, Hollywood would nearly nose dive in 1941 and then reach the heights of its most profitable year in the 40s in 1946. These years are telling for the casual historian.…

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On this episode of the Reel World Theology Podcast: We blend the old with the new by talking about a sci-fi classic being continued with a new, but familiar, vision. We have some die-hard Blade Runner fans on to talk…

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On this episode of the Reel World Theology Podcast: We talk about the Sundance hit, The Birth of a Nation. While we have mixed feelings about the technical (and historical) merit of the film, there is no doubt that the…

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Missed in history stories can be some of the best and most interesting stories. And when the story is from the perspective of a minority group often overlooked by a culture’s texts, it can be truly fascinating. Nat Turner’s slave…

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Last week, social media was filled with posts by Americans criticizing their country, their leaders, and their political system.  Perhaps for good reason.  But today, the overwhelming sentiment is love for country and flags on every post; July 4 seems…

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