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Brian Godawa: what "The Imitation Game" tells us about homosexuality

I usually only go to see about one movie in the theaters per year, because I don’t share the same worldview as most people in Hollywood, and I share Plato’s concern about the power of drama to move me to accept their worldview through my emotions. 982 more words


O The Beauty of Fiction

Growing up I read a lot, as I am sure most of you did. I wouldn’t say that I had any favorite authors early on, but I was certainly tuned into the genre’s that I preferred–action and adventure stories. 1,155 more words


Sunday Quote!- Every Story has a Worldview

Every Sunday, I will share a quote from something I’ve been reading. The hope is for you, dear reader, to share your thoughts on the quote and related issues and perhaps pick up some reading material along the way! 279 more words


Divine Offense: Blasphemy and the New Noah Movie

I don’t normally talk about this subject very often, mostly because I know that many people tend to be sensitive when it comes to it.  But it’s something I want to address following the controversy around the new Noah movie. 1,755 more words

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Why You Won't See a Review for 'Noah' Anytime Soon

                It has been an interesting road for me on whether I was going to pay to see this movie or not.  It came up on my radar a year or so ago when I heard the guy who made The Wrestler was going to take on the story of Noah.  924 more words


Ender's Game is Ludicrous

I just recently saw the movie “Ender’s Game.”  “What did you think of that movie?” my family asked.  I thought it was pretty ludicrous.  A couple of days after seeing the movie I ran across this review of it by Brian Godawa.   23 more words