uneasy bedfellows?: Film Criticism and the Christian worldview

by Anna Blanch on September 7, 2009

I’ve been thinking about Film Criticism and the Christian viewer lately. While it is a little older now, especially in terms of the speed with which the Blogosphere moves. I thought it best to share a few links.

In the wake of this year’s Oscars Christ and Pop Culture reposted their interview with Tom Snyder of MovieGuide. This interview was the culmination of a series of posts in which Alan Noble, among others at CAPC took issue with the methodology of Ted Baehr’s Movieguide publications. some of the other posts that week included:
Whatever is Pure: Movieguide’s Faith and Value Awards

Movieguide: “Alan, You’re Wrong!” and CAPC Responds

Reviewing the Critics: Can We Trust Secular Film Critics?

What Does Philippians 4:8 Really Mean?

What Makes a Film “Good”?
It all makes for interesting reading.

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