The stories we tell on the big screen long for and echo the truth

Review of The Stories We Tell by Mike Cosper Mike Cosper’s The Stories We Tell falls in the tradition of C.S. Lewis’ line of thought that Christianity is the “one truth myth.” A worship and arts pastor and admitted television addict, Cosper sets out to find the spiritual core of modern cinema, showing how all [Read More...]

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