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Movie, Children of Men, powerful and omenous February 25, 2007

Posted by moverstreet in Bible & Theology, Church, Culture/Society, Missions/Evangelism/Apologetics, Politics/Public Policy.
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From the review:

“Alfonso Cuarón’s movie Children of Men, the name of Christ is anything but a throwaway expression. Echoes of the gospel—both subtle and obvious—occur at every turn, reminding us that God gave us hope by providing a vulnerable, miraculous child to a dark, dying, violent world. We watch as a man and a woman take enormous risks, seeking help among the humble, and fleeing from cruel and malevolent men in power.

“To borrow from a Bob Dylan song, Children of Men assures us that “it’s not dark yet, but it’s getting there.”

Read the review here.

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