Philosophy, Religion, Literature, and Culture

The Landscape of History and the Power of Words: A Review of Ida (2013)

The disparities between Ida and Wanda are highly stylized in their clothing and language, in their habits of action, mannerisms, and attentiveness to momentary existence. The interplay between form and content make this movie memorable on a level deeper than mere descriptions can do. Watching Ida, with its understated musical score, sparse dialogue, quiet backgrounds, and suggestive imagery is an experience of deep and forceful subjectivity and awe, an experience not easily forgotten as the people on the screen disappear.

By |2018-11-17T23:53:50+00:00November 1st, 2018|Film Review, Review|0 Comments

Episode 9 | The Future of Faith: A Conversation with Tylor Lovins

"This week, Justin sits down with friend and collaborator Tylor Lovins (@tylorlovins). They have recently begun a dialogue on religion and secularism for Christianity Now. In this conversation, Tylor shares with Justin his evolving sense of philosophy and theology, the impact that secularism has had on religion and politics, the problems associated with "identity politics," and the nature of beliefs in the modern world."

By |2018-11-09T21:23:17+00:00August 19th, 2017|Interviews|0 Comments