Will I see you at a “Hellbound?” Q&A screening this weekend?

I’m about to do another lightning tour across the US that will see me hit four cities in four days, from the Midwest to the Southwest, before returning home to help open the movie in Vancouver and Langley on Oct. 12. Here’s the plan:

Friday, Oct. 5 - I will be in Omaha to do a Q&A screening hosted by Countryside Community Church. Things get underway at 7:20pm at the AMC Oakview Plaza 24. Buy your tickets here.

Saturday, Oct. 6 - I will be in Chicago (Lombard) to do a Q&A screening hosted by prolific blogger and Moody Bible Institute student Brandan Robertson. Showtime is 6:20pm. Buy your tickets here.

Sunday, Oct. 7 – My next stop is Phoenix (Tempe), where I’ll be doing a Q&A screening at the Harkins Valley Art Cinema hosted by Jon Dorhauer, Conference Minister of the United Churches of Christ Southwest Conference. Showtime is 6:30pm. Buy your tickets here.

Monday, Oct. 8 – My final stop is Denver (Westminster), where I’ll be doing a Q&A screening in partnership with Peter Hiett of the Sanctuary church in downtown Denver. The show starts at 7:20pm. Buy your tickets here.

And don’t for get on October 5, Michael Hardin will be doing a Q&A following the 7:10 screening in Lancaster, PA. Buy your tickets here.

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About Kevin Miller

Kevin Miller is an award-winning screenwriter, director and producer who has applied his craft to numerous documentaries, feature films and shorts. Recent projects include "The Chicken Manure Incident," "Hellbound?," "Drop Gun," "No Saints for Sinners," "spOILed," "Sex+Money," "With God On Our Side," "Expelled: No Intelligence Allowed," "After..." and the upcoming biopic "The Divine Comedy of Thomas Merton." In addition to his work in film, Kevin has written, co-written and edited over 45 books. He lives in Kimberley, BC, Canada with his wife and four children.

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    From Risalei Nur collection by Said Nursi

    Man is such an antique work of art of Almighty God. He is a most subtle and graceful miracle of His power whom He created to manifest all his Names and their inscriptions, in the form of a miniature specimen of the universe. If the light of belief enters his being, all the meaningful inscriptions on him may be read. As one who believes, he reads them consciously, and through that relation, causes others to read them. That is to say, the dominical art in man becomes apparent through meanings like, “I am the creature and artefact of the All-Glorious Maker. I manifest His mercy and munificence.” That is, belief, which consists of being connected to the Maker, makes apparent all the works of art in man. Man’s value is in accordance with that dominical art and by virtue of being a mirror to the Eternally Besought One. In this respect insignificant man becomes God’s addressee and a guest of the Sustainer worthy of Paradise superior to all other creatures.
    However, should unbelief, which consists of the severance of the relation, enter man’s being, then all those meaningful inscriptions of the Divine Names are plunged into darkness and become illegible. For if the Maker is forgotten, the spiritual aspects which look to Him will not be comprehended, they will be as though reversed. The majority of those meaningful sublime arts and elevated inscriptions will be hidden. The remainder, those that may be seen with the eye, will be attributed to lowly causes, nature, and chance, and will become utterly devoid of value. While they are all brilliant diamonds, they become dull pieces of glass. His importance looks only to his animal, physical being. And as we said, the aim and fruit of his physical being is only to pass a brief and partial life as the most impotent, needy, and grieving of animals. Then it decays and departs. See how unbelief destroys human nature, and transforms it from diamonds into coal.

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    What is death?

    I want to share this sentences From Risalei Nur collection by Said Nursi

    Death is not destruction, or nothingness, or annihilation; it is not cessation, or extinction; it is not eternal separation, or non-existence, or a chance event; it is not authorless obliteration. Rather, it is being discharged by the Author Who is All-Wise and All-Compassionate; it is a change of abode. It is being despatched to eternal bliss, to your true home. It is the door of union to the Intermediate Realm, which is where you will meet with ninety-nine per cent of your friends.”


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