“Exodus: Gods and Kings,” Ridley Scott and the Red Sea you think you know

  Let’s turn to Ridley Scott. What did he say that has biblical literalists in a tizzy? I quote, “the parting of the Red Sea will be F*#!ing Huge.” Ok, so people are not so concerned about the F Bomb, but clearly the fact that he would use an F Bomb means his entire movieContinue reading ““Exodus: Gods and Kings,” Ridley Scott and the Red Sea you think you know”

Hamartia and the REAL Faults in our Stars

  Hamartia is a lack. A negation. An absence. It is not a sin. It is the absence of landing in the right place, evading ones spot, presuming the spot, or target, was important enough to be hit originally. The New Testament writers are correct: it is a wide landing, a missing of the proverbialContinue reading “Hamartia and the REAL Faults in our Stars”

Speaking of Noah

  There is nothing that intersects Church and Culture as much as a Hollywood portrayal of a beloved Bible story. The reactions to the recently released Paramount Pictures film Noah has continued to prove this true. Upon hearing of the proposed production of the film many Christians preemptively began to be suspicious, simultaneously anticipating itsContinue reading “Speaking of Noah”

Christ Goes to the Movies: The Conjuring and Resurrection

Our culture is a walking contradiction.  Drives me crazy.  We are on board with Stephen Hawking, Richard Dawkins, or any “professional” atheist writing today…then these same people buying the books of these methodologically inept charlatans of logic, flock to theaters to see a movie about nothing more, or less, than our fascination with the paranormalContinue reading “Christ Goes to the Movies: The Conjuring and Resurrection”

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