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Friday, May 18, 2007

May Synchroblog - Film

See what the other synchrobloggers have to say on Christianity and film:

Adam Gonnerman pokes at
The Spider's Pardon
David Fisher thinks that
Jesus Loves Sci-Fi
John Morehead considers
Christians and Horror Redux: From Knee-Jerk Revulsion to Critical Engagement
Marieke Schwartz lights it up with
Counter-hegemony: Jesus loves Borat
Mike Bursell muses about
Christianity at the Movies
Jenelle D'Alessandro tells us
Why Bjork Will Never Act Again
Cobus van Wyngaard contemplates
Theology and Film (as art)
Tim Abbott tells us to
Bring your own meaning...?
Sonja Andrews visits
The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly:Christ in Spaghetti Westerns
Steve Hollinghurst takes a stab at
The Gospel according to Buffy
Les Chatwin insists
We Don't Need Another Hero
Lance Cummings says
The Wooden Wheel keeps Turning
John Smulo weaves a tale about
Spiderman 3 and the Shadow
Josh Rivera spells well with
Christian Witchcraft
Phil Wyman throws out the
Frisbee: Time to Toss it Back
Sally Coleman rushes up with
Making Connections- films as a part of a mythological tradition
Kim Paffenroth ponders
Nihilism lite

And a couple of late entry honorary synchrobloggers:
Crystal writes on
Movie recommendations for the Pope
Elizaphanian writes on
Apologia pro video sua

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