As increasingly vocal celebrities become the norm, it’s important for Christians to understand what this trend means for our society and how we should respond.
School is back in session. As the sun rises on a new school year, so it sets on the 2019 Summer Movie Season. Ever since Steven Spielberg’s 1975 blockbuster JAWS rocked movie theaters across America, the hot summer months have become the prime landing spot for…
Movies and fandoms provide immense delight, community, and excitement, but true abundant life and salvation are found in Christ alone. Let’s make sure the way we talk, spend our time, and arrange our priorities reflects this truth.
We create art because God gave us the ability and impulse to do so. We need no other justification.
If ‘Get Out’ reflected racial distrust, ‘Us’ mirrors murky inner conflict between our best and worse self.
Relying on a rigid rating system does not actually protect us from danger, and it robs us of experiencing the full joy and power that cinema offers.
Art impacts us. This claim is indisputable. The more important—and far more difficult—questions are how much and in what way?
We need to do away with unnecessary labels. Rather than focus on whether or not an artwork properly conforms to some regulated standard, let us instead discern and celebrate all Art that glorifies and bears witness to God.
Do your homework, examine all the available data, but make up your own mind—don’t let a number dictate it for you. This is true for movies and this is true for life.
The internet has—for better or worse—changed society in significant ways. One of these ways is in our experience of Art and entertainment. Social media has given increased power to the dreaded S-Word—Spoilers. Spoilers is a buzz-word today. It refers to having…