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Ep. 028.2 – Cloud Atlas, Yellow Fellow, and Convenient Relativism
Culture, Faith, Reviews, The Art of Redemption

Ep. 028.2 – Cloud Atlas, Yellow Fellow, and Convenient Relativism

This week we talk about the post-modern themes hidden in the 2012 movie staring  Tom Hanks, Halle Berry, Hugh Grant, Cloud Atlas. We also describe a painting by David Salle titled Yellow Fellow and address its postmodern tendencies. Relativism is the topic of the day and we talk about how it comes out in both the painting and the movie. How is it…

Art of Redemption Podcast: Ep. 026.5-A Post-Apocalyptic Interview
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Art of Redemption Podcast: Ep. 026.5-A Post-Apocalyptic Interview

In this final episode of our Zombie Apocalypse series, we interview the one and only Robert Joustra one of the authors (along with Alissa Wilkinson) of the awesome book How to Survive the Zombie Apocalypse: Zombies, Cylons, Faith, and Politics at the End of the World. We chat about what Robert Joustra would do in the case of a post-apocalyptic…

Episode 024.7 The Watchmen Series Part 7: Silk Spectre (Postmodernism)
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Episode 024.7 The Watchmen Series Part 7: Silk Spectre (Postmodernism)

Are you more comfortable talking about what you do believe or what you don’t believe? In this week’s episode we discuss the Postmodern worldview as it is personified in the last Watchmen character we have to cover: The Silk Spectre. Listen in as we talk about the difference between objective and subjective truth and the importance of…

The Art of Redemption Radio Episode 023.4: Mysticism Meets Self-Help – Mysticism Series, Part 4
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The Art of Redemption Radio Episode 023.4: Mysticism Meets Self-Help – Mysticism Series, Part 4

This week’s episode continues in the Mysticism series as we takes a look at Jim Carrey’s commencement speech to MUM University graduates and the painting he made about our light shinning through. Jim Carrey has some great things to say in this speech, but within the context of his speech and his worldview that is tainted by mysticism, you are…

Book Review: Jeremy Lundmark’s “The Fury of God”
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Book Review: Jeremy Lundmark’s “The Fury of God”

Perhaps this book should have been titled, Why the Church Has Utterly Failed in Its Mission to Convert Itself. When Christ’s own church rejects what author Jeremy Lundmark refers to as “the fury of God,” they end up missing out on one of the most important attributes of God’s holy nature.1 Unfortunately, most Christians will…

DVD Review: Exodus – Gods and Kings
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DVD Review: Exodus – Gods and Kings

I like movies. I like the Bible. I generally dislike movies about the Bible (at least anything done in the last 30 years). I dislike movies about the Bible because the production value is so low, the acting is so bad, and the script writing is so terrible, that the movies are fodder for jokes…

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