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A Year of Creating Dangerously, Day 76: Water-colored Crucifixion

The Crucifixion is a motif in the history of Western art that has appeared in perhaps tens of thousands of forms. From the Middle Ages to the Renaissance, to Jewish artist Marc Chagall, to Salvador Dali’s surrealistic renderings, to the controversial “Piss Christ” and on and on – The image of Christ on the Cross holds various degrees of meaning and purpose depending on the viewer and the artist. 227 more words

Connecting The Art To The Artist: Mel Gibson's Cinematic Atonement

Ever since his very public meltdown in 2006, Mel Gibson has had a very hard time trying to get back into the movie making game. Every time he would pop his head back up to make a potential comeback, the same routine would play out. 1,327 more words

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The Passion of the Christ

The score for this is absolutely, soul crushingly haunting. Probably one of the most soulful I’ve ever encountered.

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Top ten religious movies for Lent

By Tom Quiner

Integrating God and faith into movies doesn’t always work.

Sometimes, directors who are ardent believers try so hard to convey their fervor that the audience feels like they’ve been clubbed over the head. 1,561 more words

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Hasta el último hombre: La Biblia es mi fusil

El sacrificio es el acto central de casi todas las religiones y de él depende en buena medida la concepción de Dios, de Cristo y de la vida humana. 724 more words

Hacksaw Ridge

It’s not in any way a “good” film, but Hacksaw Ridge is one hell of a watch, nonetheless. 1,637 more words

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