“Through a Screen Darkly” at Fuller Theological Seminary

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For years many evangelical Christians have written about movies primarily as weapons in a culture war. Thank God for Jeffrey Overstreet, who writes about film as an art form. Through a Screen Darkly is beautifully written, and Overstreet’s love of film shines through on every page. My “Theology and Popular Culture” students love this book, which stimulates deep discussions and about film and faith. I also highly recommended this book to youth workers struggling to articulate a consistent theology of pop culture.

– Steve Rabey
Adjunct faculty, Fuller Theological Seminary

Editor, YouthWorker Journal

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  • http://www.kogmedia.com patrick

    well-worded, compelling review