Free Casino Bonus
Thursday , 18 September 2014
Home » Youth Ministry & Culture » Film & Theology

Film & Theology

Film and Theology: Flipped

Flipped is about two eighth graders who start to have feelings for each other despite being total opposites. The movie is based on the novel "Flipped" by Wendelin Van Draanen. Flipped is demonstrates how two teenagers pursue love and explore how it works. It is a must see for those that work with youth. Read More »

Movie Theological Reflection: Joker as Lucifier

Tweet The Joker is a Nietzschean who lives in a immoral and chaotic and complicated world. The Joker is all about himself and his monstrous rebellion. He is very self-absorbed and very arrogant, and narcissistic. Although at times in the movie he does have the right to say he is quick, witty, and good at starting mayhem. The Joker deeply ... Read More »

Movie Theological Reflection: BATMAN as the Blessed Hope

Tweet Batman is the hero of the story. He is the lean-fighting machine. I love the Batman clearly states: “I am the Batman.” It is kind of like the Exodus passage when Yahweh states: I am, who I say I am. Without Batman, Gotham City is living in despair. Batman in DARK KNIGHTS illustrates three theological points. First, Batman is ... Read More »

Movie Theological Reflection: BATMAN as the Atoner of Gotham

Tweet Like everyone else this past weekend, I saw Batman The Dark Knight. Simply amazing! Wow. Heath Ledger needs to get an Oscar! Two thumbs up. Batman was deeply loaded with theological content everywhere. I decided to blog about my theological interpretations of THE BATMAN. Weird? I know. The three part BATMAN theological reflection goes something like this: Part 1// ... Read More »

Wordpress SEO Plugin by Wordpress SEO Plugin