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Three Faith Films–And What They Fail to Say about Faith

They’ve been calling 2014 the Year of the Faith Film. I know that in the evangelical community I tend to find myself thrust into, people were pumped about that. Perhaps Hollywood was waking up from its superhero love fest and rediscovering that the Good Book has its own caped crusaders (well, toga-ed, or whatever it […]

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Rights, Oppression, and the Death of the Shared Societal Script

12 Years a Slave won Best Picture at the 2014 Academy Awards. I did not see the film. In fact, in a stunning case of cultural cluelessness, I’d not even heard of it before it won. That said, I’m not surprised at its win. In fact, it may not have been possible for any other […]

by Dan EdelenComments (3)

No Holy Spirit, No Church

I’m not one to scream persecution. I think too many Christians in the West do so whenever they don’t get their way. The local school district won’t remove Catcher in the Rye from the middle school bookshelves, and some Christian parent pulls out the persecution card and sues. Meanwhile, in some parts of the Middle […]

by Dan EdelenComments (7)

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