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About messyfaithreverberantgrace

I like Canoeing, beaches, reading, movies, and talking with people about faith and God.

Blade Runner 2049 & Agency

[major spoilers for the movie Blade Runner 2049 are below] Folks who love Science Fiction know that the best Sci-Fi gives us glimpses of what makes humanity human through the things they create. One of the best ways to see … Continue reading

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Christian Evangelism and the Movie Moana

Major Spoilers of the Movie Moana follow… In the movie Moana, the daughter of the chief of a Polynesian tribe, Moana, is called to go on a quest to find Maui, a legendary demigod, and with his help return Te … Continue reading

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“Dark Matter” & “Black Lives Matter”

This last month I was able to watch season 1 of the SyFy channel show “Dark Matter” on Netflix (major spoiler follows). The show follows a crew of 6 “Firefly-like” space-frontier troublemakers who were awoken from suspended animation with their … Continue reading

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“Piper” and General Assemblies

Last week I got a chance to see “Finding Dory” with the family. I enjoyed the movie, but in my opinion it was outclassed by the Pixar short that preceded it. “Piper,” directed by Alan Barillaro, tells the story of … Continue reading

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The Avengers Franchise & the Christian Worldview

Growing up, my comic of choice was the Avengers. I loved the Avengers. I especially liked the West Coast Avengers. Something about these flawed heroes and their desire to team up, put their differences aside, in order to protect the … Continue reading

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Planet of the Apes and the Danger of “Issues”

Yesterday, I went and saw “Dawn of the Planet of the Apes.” I thought the movie was put together really well. The film starts by looking at what life was like for a group of apes who had been genetically … Continue reading

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No Longer “Frozen”

I will always remember the movie “How to Train a Dragon.” My son was 3ish and although I brought him to a couple other movies, this was the first one where he “got” it. Those of you with young kids … Continue reading

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