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Elijah Davidson

Columnist

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Elijah Davidson is a current student of Intercultural Studies and Theology and Art at Fuller Theological Seminary. He is keenly interested in all the different ways the Kingdom of God is expressed, and particularly how it can be expressed among those with no previous conception of it. Sharing a good meal with friends and soon-to-be friends is his favorite way to spend an evening, though sharing a bowl of popcorn is a close second. He also really likes pie.

Reel Spirituality

Understanding the French and Their Murdered God

What might both the French and American church learn from a children's movie? Read More »

Apostle of Violence

Machine Gun Preacher is as urgent and opinionated as its title suggests, but does it have anything to say? Read More »

Fighting "Warrior"

Warrior is a thrilling and disturbing movie about two brothers trapped in a cage of their own making. Should we join them? Read More »

Materialism and "The Help"

"The Help," it turns out, has less to say about race than it does about class and materialism. Elijah Davidson explains. Read More »

Cars 2: The Wrong Film for an Interconnected World

Pixar made a Larry the Cable Guy movie. Should we laugh at hapless Mater, or pity him? Read More »

How the "X-Men" Stumbled on "The Tree of Life"

Does developing more refined tastes ruin our appetite for more pedestrian fare? Read More »

Recent Articles

Fighting "Warrior"

Warrior is a thrilling and disturbing movie about two brothers trapped in a cage of their own making. Should we join them? Read More »

How the "X-Men" Stumbled on "The Tree of Life"

Does developing more refined tastes ruin our appetite for more pedestrian fare? Read More »

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