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Viewing Diary: 04/17/2014

Hello, and welcome to The Screen Addict! This is my new blog that will cover the same basic topics as my previous site CinemaSlants, but in a slightly different way. 2,540 more words




(Last week, I introduced you to a twenty-four year-old man named Joe Dearing. I indicated that I had at least two major problems with what he said. 1,985 more words

Progressive Christianity

On the Movie 'Noah' -- Part One: 'Is That In the Bible?'

I went to see “Noah” with low expectations, and for reasons that had nothing to do with religion.

I find that many of today’s movies set in ancient times do not take themselves seriously enough; they seem more concerned with catering to franchises and to viewers with short attention spans than with telling stories. 578 more words


The One who changed the Ten Commandments [Ahnsahnghong]

Although you are not a Christian, you might have heard of the Ten Commandments, which are the core of God’s commandments and critical to salvation. Therefore, If someone claims to be a Christian, it’s natural that he/she should be keeping them in their life, otherwise he/she is a liar to God’s view. 420 more words

World Mission Society Church Of God

Printable Film Critique Assignment: Cecil B. DeMille's The Ten Commandments

As a current thirty-something, I grew up with the yearly tradition of watching Cecil B. DeMille’s The Ten Commandments on TV. It has everything – adventure, romance, questionable hairstyles (I’m looking at you, Yul Brynner) – so, imagine my surprise when I was fresh out of college and teaching Scripture and realized most high school students, at least the ones whom I’ve encountered, have never seen this epic in its entirety. 155 more words

Catholic Education

The Ten Commandments - The Tenth Commandment

Hello Church Family!
I hope everyone is doing well. We are getting closer to Easter Sunday, and much preparation has already begun for our celebration Sunday. 110 more words