12 Ways Your Phone Is Changing You by Tony Reinke, Free for CAPC Members
In 12 Ways Your Phone Is Changing You, Tony Reinke presents the pitfalls of smartphone use and suggests a practical way forward.
Are you looking for sites that host intelligent, thoughtful discussions regarding Christianity and the arts — besides Christ and Pop Culture, I mean? Then might I humbly suggest Arts & Faith, a long-running (15 years and counting) forum that hosts many a passionate debate concerning a wide range of artistic topics. (Disclaimer: I’m an Arts & Faith admin.)
Case in point: The Arts & Faith collective recently released their list of the “Top 25 Divine Comedies“. In his introduction to the list, Steven D. Greydanus writes “all of these films, in one way or another, explore existential wonder, longing, or desire for redemption. Even when happiness seems elusive, in laughter we may hear an echo of final happiness beckoning to us. Even gallows humor may be either despairing or hopeful; it matters infinitely which.”
The list itself spans a wide range of genres, comedic or otherwise: there’s the pitch-black comedy of the Coen Brothers (A Serious Man), the dark absurdism of Terry Gilliam (Brazil), the silent slapstick of Charles Chaplin (City Lights and others), and a lot of Pixar love. And it seems rather fitting, in light of Harold Ramis’ recent death, that the existential masterpiece Groundhog Day tops the list.
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