God's Not Dead

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Director
Harold Cronk
Runtime
1 h 53 min
Release Date
21 March 2014
Genres
Drama
Overview
College philosophy professor Mr. Radisson's curriculum is challenged by his new student, Josh, who believes God exists.
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  • Why We Should Celebrate 'The Revenant'
    (”God's Not Dead” is briefly mentioned in this.)
    Klavan On The Culture Christian art at its height was the greatest art the world has ever seen. There is no painting greater than Michelangelo's; no music greater than Bach's; no poetry greater than Milton's. (I would argue that Shakespeare was a distinctly Christian writer too, but that's for another time.)Now? Well, let's put it this way. In the early 19th century, the philosopher Arthur Schopenhauer said that Christianity had devolved into nothing more than "banal optimism." If Schopenhauer could see much of what passes for Christian fiction and film today, he would feel well justified in that assessment. It's not that movies like God Is Not Dead, and novels like the Left Behind series are bad exactly. I think of such stuff as Heavenly RomComs, with God in the role of the guy who gets the girl in the end. It's pleasant, reassuring comfort food that leaves Christians feeling good. Nothing wrong with that.But Christian art that challenges and deepens and enriches our sense of our own lives — that does what real art does, what Michelangelo's work and Bach's and Milton's does — that's a lot harder to find. I see more realism and depth and revelation in fine cynical works like the novel A Simple Plan and both the novel and film of Gone Girl than I do in The War Room or Heaven is for Real.That's why those of us who love both God and art should celebrate a movie like The Revenant, directed by Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu. It presents a harsh, honest view of human life, and yet one that strongly implies, rather than preaches, the presence of the Christian God. It is a vision rather than a sermon: which is what art is meant to be. class="pages"> https://pjmedia.com/andrewklavan/2016/01/27/why-we-should-celebrate-the-revenant/ previous Page 1 of 2 next   ]]>
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