Archive | November, 2010

Icons of Heroic Celebrity: Thoughts on Paparazzi in the Hands of an Angry God, by TV Writer Chris Easterly

November 23, 2010

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It’s easier (and more pleasant) to absorb the latest tabloid headline about Kim Kardashian’s sex life than it is to consider a story about Saddleback pastor Rick Warren’s efforts to fight AIDS in Africa. -Chris Easterly, Television Writer

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Hollywood Responds to “Paparazzi in the Hands of an Angry God”

November 12, 2010

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The goal of Two Handed Warriors is to foster an ongoing conversation seeking to redefine, re-envision, and then reconstruct the relationship between faith and culture. Toward that end, I am posting a few responses to Paparazzi in the Hands of an Angry God from leaders in the Hollywood community in hope it might spur others […]

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Higher Education Responses to “Paparazzi in the Hands of an Angry God”

November 11, 2010

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The goal of Two Handed Warriors is to foster an ongoing conversation seeking to redefine, re-envision, and then reconstruct the relationship between faith and culture. Toward that end, I am posting a few responses to Paparazzi in the Hands of an Angry God from leaders in the educational community in hopes that it might spur […]

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Using Worldview to Create Academy Award-winning Films (Series Introduction)

November 5, 2010

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Striving to attain mastery as a Two Handed Warrior occasionally results in some very enjoyable if unintended consequences. Learning to “reverse engineer” Academy Award-winning films in order to teach worldview (see Teaching Worldview Through Film) somehow led to my inadvertently developing a unique skill-set for analyzing how filmmakers create Academy Award-winning films. A true script […]

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