Monthly Archives: April 2013

The 50 “Greatest” Apocalyptic and Dystopian Films of All Time (#20-11)

Today, at Blood Stained Ink, we continue our exploration on the nature of humanity, particularly as we see ourselves through the unique lens of films that look into the future.  To date, the series includes the following posts:

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The 50 “Greatest” Apocalyptic and Dystopian Films of All Time (#30-21)

Today, at Blood Stained Ink, we continue our exploration on the nature of humanity, particularly as we see ourselves through the unique lens of films that look into the future.  To date, the series includes the following posts:

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Prayers for the Journey: “Our Charter for Entitlement”

Having lived and walked amongst evangelicals for the better part of 20 years now and having identified myself as one of their number, I have come to this disturbing conclusion: as a people, we do not know how to pray. 

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The 50 “Greatest” Apocalyptic and Dystopian Films of All Time (#40-31)

Today, at Blood Stained Ink, we continue our exploration on the nature of humanity, particularly as we see ourselves through the unique lens of films that look into the future.  To date, the series includes the following posts:

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The 50 “Greatest” Apocalyptic and Dystopian Films of All Time (#50-41)

In the interest of continuing to explore humanity’s perceptions of its own innate goodness through the lens of contemporary film, Blood Stained Ink has compiled a list of the 50 “greatest” movies to explore apocalyptic and dystopian themes.  Of course, … Continue reading

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Apocalyptic Films as a Window into our Collective Soul

Earlier this week, I posted a list of films that I am eager to see over the coming few months.  But what I didn’t note, at the time of my original posting, however, is a trend that I spotted as … Continue reading

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An Open Letter on Faith, Doubt and the Crazy Horse Momument:

Last Saturday, one of the parents of my former students, asked me to participate in a “right of passage” ceremony for his son.  As one of four individuals charged with speaking into the life of this young man, I was … Continue reading

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