A new interview where I connect the dots between “Hellbound?”, “Expelled” and… leprechauns?

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52-minute version of “Hellbound?” now available

Good things come in small packages, or in this case, shorter packages. (Yikes, there’s no way to escape the innuendo, is there?) At any rate, we cut an abridged version of Hellbound? for CBC’s Documentary Channel, so I thought I’d also make it available online for those with short attention spans, don’t have a lot [Read More...]

A video in which I speak my mind

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Live video chat on Halloween

I’ll be talking to the Raven Foundation about hell, Halloween and all sort of other scary stuff. You can tune in by subscribing to the Raven Foundation’s premium content channel on Patheos. [Read more...]

John McArthur and the Terror of Truth

Right now I’m listening to a sermon by John MacArthur in which he lays out what be believes is at stake regarding how Evangelicals view Roman Catholics: Are they co-laborers in Christ or are they a mission field? In his talk, MacArthur expresses his amazement that some Evangelicals think that merely by deciding Roman Catholics [Read More...]

“Hellbound?” won an award!

From the Raven Foundation, “for excellence in arts and entertainment.” From their web site: The Raven Award for Excellence in Arts and Entertainment is given to an artist whose work challenges the myth of redemptive and sacred violence. Kevin Miller’s documentary creatively demystifies sacred violence by challenging Christian theologies that maintain God punishes human beings [Read More...]

Richard Beck is blogging about “Hellbound?”

More specifically, he’s blogging about some issues that came up during the Q&A session following our screening of Hellbound? at Abilene Christian University last week. Seeing as these sorts of issues have come up at a number of screenings, it’s well worth your time to read these short posts. Especially if you’re prone to reject [Read More...]

The last thing I’ll say about the Trinity situation

After two amicable phone calls with the Dean and the Chair of the School of the Arts, Media and Culture, I’ve come to see my situation a bit more clearly. Primarily, I’ve come to understand that the reason I have been barred from teaching at Trinity has to do with the fact that my “clarifying [Read More...]

Faith statements–a pretext for scapegoating?

My recent situation with Trinity Western University is a reminder of why I’ve always had difficulty with faith statements. On the one hand, I don’t think I’ve ever read a faith statement with which I can agree wholeheartedly. And I don’t think I’m alone in this. I often tend to disagree with myself mid-sentence, so [Read More...]

Paying the price for my views on hell

Some of you may know that I was slated to teach a class on documentary filmmaking this fall at Trinity Western University, a Christian liberal arts college in Langley, BC. I’ve had an ongoing relationship with Trinity over the years, serving as a guest speaker in their film classes, judging their student short film contest [Read More...]


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