It’s hard to imagine that a story about bunnies could be emotionally gripping, inspiring, and even terrifying. Yet this is absolutely the case with Richard Adams’ 1972 novel Watership Down, which was recently adapted into an animated Netflix miniseries. The story of a group of rabbits breaking away from their warren to find a new home,… Continue reading Finding Freedom From the Law in Netflix’s Watership Down
Whenever I give my testimony in the mostly conservative circles in which I worship, I’m always a little sheepish about the fact that my conversion is connected with a book by Benny Hinn. The fact is though that I’m grateful for my charismatic beginnings. If not for the very realness and nearness of the God… Continue reading Charismatic Beginnings
It’s easy to see how our heroes failed in Infinity War. For one, they had very little advance knowledge of their enemy. Banner’s warning to Dr. Strange and Iron Man came moments before Thanos’s henchman arrived. They are all spread out all over the world with little or no communication. Captain America and Iron Man aren’t… Continue reading What Can We Learn About Failure and Family From Avengers: Endgame?
As the Avenger’s franchise comes to an end, audiences all over the world have wept, laughed, and clapped. The characters in this movie series have long since stopped being nebulous ideas that are forgotten once the lights in the theater turn on. The audience cares about their heroes—evidenced by the emotions expressed by the deaths… Continue reading Finding Resolutions
In Suzanne Collins’s popular book and movie series, Hunger Games, we are given a gloomy picture of a future America. Some undisclosed catastrophe has transformed our once united country into Panem. Here they are divided into districts according to the goods that are produced. District 1 produces luxury items, district 2 masonry and defense, and… Continue reading An Invitation to Consider Paradox