The highly acclaimed film features a stellar performance by Brendan Gleeson.

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God is at work in the popular culture.

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Unexpectedly, a sense of koinonia.

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A book aimed at popular culture opens the door to dialogue.

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“Exclusives” draw fans to the kickoff of the nation’s largest convention dedicated to comics and other popular art forms.

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Do the well-off have a responsibility to care for the poor?

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Why does “Star Trek” appeal to the person of faith? It espouses more than a mere “secular humanist” philosophy. It speaks to the need of continual engagement with the circumstance one is placed in. The idea is that one must come to a level of understanding with the larger context one finds one’s self in.

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God gets consciously left out of World War Z, the latest to make use of the walking dead as a metaphor. And when God appears or the idea of God appears, it becomes the cause of destruction of a city. The human race is left alone. They have to figure it out on their own.
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One of my greatest problems with the way that films are marketed is when a movie gets the “Christian” label. When a movie gets that tag attached, it just turns me off. A new movie — Man of Steel — that should not have the tag “Christian” is being marketed that way.

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There is a problem in our nation. We need to talk about why so many unarmed African-American young men are killed in this country. Fruitvale Station gives us a chance to have that dialogue. This new film aids in that conversation. See it and reflect.
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