The Seductive Image A Christian Critique of the World of Film America is a culture in crisis The Turning Point Series outlines a bold strategy for helping believers to think and act in ways that will impact the institutions of culture toward a Christian worldvie

  • Title: The Seductive Image: A Christian Critique of the World of Film
  • Author: K. Lloyd Billingsley
  • ISBN: 9780891075103
  • Page: 230
  • Format: Paperback
  • America is a culture in crisis The Turning Point Series outlines a bold strategy for helping believers to think and act in ways that will impact the institutions of culture toward a Christian worldview These books on politics, economics, education, the arts and offer biblical understanding of complex issues and practical advice for turning the tide of humanismAmerica is a culture in crisis The Turning Point Series outlines a bold strategy for helping believers to think and act in ways that will impact the institutions of culture toward a Christian worldview These books on politics, economics, education, the arts and offer biblical understanding of complex issues and practical advice for turning the tide of humanism.

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    One thought on “The Seductive Image: A Christian Critique of the World of Film”

    1. This book was more a rant on "liberal-leaning" Hollywood than a Christian critique of film. Not until the last few short chapters does he say anything with regard to Christianity.He did, however, do some important things. First, he put away the notion that Jews, who have been involved with Hollywood from the beginning, are using the medium to try to destroy the Christian faith. I've seen this view promoted, and I suspect that it is somewhere being promoted in the church even now, especially in t [...]

    2. Doesn't try so much to critique the world or art of film as much as it tries to connect Hollywood with the communists. My rating: D+

    3. Only partially read this one; quit when o realized my copy was missing pages. What I read was ok, but more recent books are better.

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