Category: Media Evangelism

Dora the Explorer, the Golden Lady & the Feast of the Assumption

The queen stands at your right hand arrayed in gold. Psalm 45:10-17 I saw the movie Dora and the Lost City of Gold this weekend in theaters with my seven and eight-year old and I’ve got to tell you, I was surprised to find a few things I wasn’t expecting. Advertisements

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Captain Marvel vs. Wonder Woman: What makes a female superhero and Who does it better?

The 2017 debut of DC’s Wonder Woman brought with it a wave of feminism most in this generation have not seen since the Suffragette Movement of the 1900s. In it’s wake came the #MeToo Movement of Hollywood leaving Captain Marvel fans waiting with bated breath as to how this iconic female superhero from the Marvel

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Ego Tripping, Epiphany and Wakanda Forever!

You may have heard Oprah Winfrey call it her “Ah Ha Moment” and many others describe it as a sudden revelation of reality that usually changes you in an instant. Unlike the word in its traditional sense, my “epiphany” came on a Saturday, not a Sunday. And, I was surrounded by mourners not magi. Through

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Ignition – What the Flash and other Cosmic Superheroes can teach us about God and our Universe

To simultaneously believe and do is the hardest part of existence. Whether you’re a Marvel or DC fan, or an admirer of the fantasy genres of Tolkien, Lewis and L’Engle (or maybe you just like art imitating life/life imitating art), I am sure you can appreciate what I am about to share without having to

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Revealing the “Painted Devil”: Why the movie “The Beguiled” is more than mere entertainment

The Lady of the Kingdoms brags, “No one sees me” (Isaiah 47:10) Sofia Coppola’s 2017 film The Beguiled is exposing some pretty high-profile names in Hollywood, though I doubt they are the kinds of names you are familiar with. Set in the backdrop of the American Civil War in 1863, Thomas Cullinan’s novel The Beguiled

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