Do You Say I Am? A Modern Answer to an Ancient Question
Arthur Paul Patterson (Spirituality)
Applying Ken Wilbers
Integral philosophy to the study of the life of Jesus, Arthur Paul Patterson
suggests some new ways to answer the question Who Jesus is?
- objectively, culturally and subjectively.
Jesus Humanity at the Movies Lyle Penner
Lyle Penner chronicles various cinematic depictions of the life of Jesus
Christ, drawing our eyes to shifting images - from naïve, romantic
portraits to gutsy modern interpretations of Jesus of Nazareth. What
accounts for a filmmakers vision of Jesus?
A Response to Jesus
Christ Superstar Linda Tiessen Wiebe (Community)
We all love the limelight or even to stand in the hue of reflected glory.
Jesus Christ Superstar reveals the dangers of egocentrism and
the softening effects of suffering humility. Radical and iconoclastic
in the sixties, yet surprisingly relevant to a deeper spirituality in
2002, this film is reviewed by Linda Tiessen Wiebe.
Response to The Last Temptation of Christ - Lorna Derksen
The struggle between flesh and spirit painfully presented in Nikos Kazantzakis
The Last Temptation of Christ places the life of Jesus at the
apex of every persons struggle with their spiritual vocation.
What is our greatest temptation and how is it overcome?
A Response to Jim
Crace's Quarantine Arthur Paul Patterson (Literature)
The strange account of a madcap bunch of desert tramps places a prophet
from Nazareth called Gally on the edge of a story by Jim Crace. Arthur
Paul Patterson reviews this book and its novel take on the miracles
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