Eywa and Yahweh

Spiritual Thoughts on Avatar

Contains Spoilers

I love it when a story presents an idea accurately, even when I disagree with the idea.  And James Cameron’s Avatar brilliantly presents pantheism. Not only does the film explore the details of the worldview, but its flaws are revealed as well. In fact, in order to give an exciting climax, the film switches ideology for a while, and the God of scripture shines through.
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Perfect Love Casts Out Fear, Ice, & Disney Tropes

It’s 10 degrees outside, so we figured this would be an appropriate blog.

This post is about Frozen. Cue obnoxious song.
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When Love Doesn’t “Work”

A Spiritual Analysis of Star Wars: The Force Awakens

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With a heavy heart, I write about Star Wars: The Force Awakens. If you’ve seen the movie, you know why, and if you haven’t, stop reading immediately and go see it. Continue reading When Love Doesn’t “Work”

Yoda was Wrong

Spiritual Thoughts on the Star Wars Prequel Trilogy

In the last Star Wars post, I explored why good triumphs in the original Star Wars trilogy. So now, we must turn to the prequel trilogy to see how evil triumphs, or better put, why good fails.
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The Meek shall Inherit the… Galaxy?

Spiritual Thoughts on the Original Star Wars Trilogy

Throughout the original trilogy of the Star Wars, the small and weak defeat the large and powerful. Similarly, Jesus taught his followers, “Blessed are the meek, for they will inherit the earth” (Matthew 5:5) But how? Through force of arms, just like powerful oppressors? Let’s see how Jesus Christ and Luke Skywalker approach evil, and how they win.
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