In his book, The Everlasting Man, G.K. Chesterton gives an alternative view of man and history informed by the Incarnation of Jesus Christ. By doing this he shows the utter necessity of the Incarnation within a history seen through the lenses of man as a worshiping creature and how the Incarnation satisfies our deepest longings by combining both reason and religion through revelation. 2,837 more words
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In 2008, Marvel released their first installation in a series of hero movies that have since been released over the past decade. Within the past several years, hero movies have risen in popularity alongside a seismic shift in our culture’s values. 1,557 more words
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For as the aged, or those whose sight is defective, when any book, however fair, is set before them, though they perceive that there is something written, are scarcely able to make out two consecutive words, but, when aided by glasses, begin to read distinctly, so Scripture, gathering together the impressions of Deity, which, till then, lay confused in our minds, dissipates the darkness, and shows us the true God clearly.