Theology and film

Theology and film

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This introductory textbook uses appreciation of film to explore debates between theology and contemporary culture. It examines both method and theory and features a range of film examples throughout. Explores how film can enrich our study of theology, opening up debates surrounding contemporary culture and theological inquiry Addresses a broad range of themes, including religion and the sacred, human dignity, eschatology, war and peace, violence, justice, feminism, and the environment Includes sections on methodological considerations as well as theoretical perspectives Features examples from a range of films, including Unforgiven, The Passion of Christ, An Inconvenient Truth, Jarhead, Somethinga€™s Gotta Give, and Vanilla Sky Accompanied by website resources available at another genre, the childrena#39;s animated film, came to grips with logging in the rainforests with Ferngully: The Last Rainforest (Bill ... On the contrary, Benjamin Chadwick says that aquot;these films teach one primary lesson: fear natureaquot; (Chadwick , 2005, pp. ... implementation of a radical family planning program (Gu, 1994).

Title:Theology and film
Author: Christopher Deacy, Gaye Williams Ortiz
Publisher:Wiley-Blackwell - 2008

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