Films on Faith I’ve Enjoyed

In addition to seeking novels that explore spiritual ideas in interesting ways, I'm always on the lookout for a good film that explores religious ideas. While my previous post focused on novels written by people who considered themselves orthodox Christians, this one includes a variety of people. Some of these filmmakers were Christians, some were …

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Movie projector in a smoke filled room. Photo by Jeremy Yap on Unsplash

3 Unusual Christian Movies Worth Watching

I've talked about movies several times on this blog. I've discussed mainstream Hollywood movies with spiritual themes, movies that find unique ways to talk about God, and even looked at how scary movies may get closer to describing religious ideas than other genres do. This time, I'd like to recommend a few movies written or …

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The titular main character in Robert Bresson's film pickpocket, sitting in a bar and observing people. Image source https://www.reddit.com/r/CineShots/duplicates/5yfqmu/pickpocket_1959_dir_robert_bresson/

Transcendental Style (God in Film Pt 9)

This blog post really should have come earlier. When I started this blog series on how literally showing God or angels in movies may always feel cheesy and therefore we should consider alternate ways to talk about the divine, I mentioned two writers who've really influenced this series: Roy Anker and Paul Schrader. Anker argued …

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