May 21, 2014 / Filmwell
(Prior thoughts on Mad Men can be found here.) There are a few moments in …
In this essay, Bob Goudzwaard and Mark Vander Vennen argue that genuine solutions to today’s interlocking global crises—the financial crisis, global poverty, the environmental crisis, the security crisis—lie in understanding the purpose of life beyond Western society’s commitment to unending material, economic, and technological progress.
In this essay, philosopher James K. A. Smith considers the theological implications of free speech in dialogue with Michel Foucault, cinema verité, and the award winning film, BURMA VJ. This essay was given as a lecture at the 2009 Film, Faith, and Justice Forum in Seattle, WA on October 16th, 2009.