Category Archives: Dreyer, Carl Theodor

Some postings elsewhere

I’ve been busy posting elsewhere the past few days, but the content is highly relevant here as well, and so I’ll link to it, here, here, and here (my moniker at the first two links is tenpenny). Advertisements

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–Do I have to watch this film? –Yes, it’s good for you.

[… continued from the last post …] In The Modern Theologians one of the chapters I looked at first is titled “Theology and Film,” because that’s a topic that really interests me (old habits die hard).  Author Jolyon Mitchell has … Continue reading

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