Reel Dialogue goes to the Oscars with ThinkChristian

ThinkChristian is, like Reel Dialogue interested in where faith and films can intersect and they have released an excellent guide to this years Oscar nominated best pictures from a variety of writers.

In the pages that follow, Liz Wann reflects on the notion of God’s time as seen in Arrival; Xavier Ramey explores Fences as a variation on the biblical account of Jacob; Wade Bearden locates the dead-end prosperity gospel in Hell or High Water; Kimberly Davis applauds the imago dei of the women in Hidden Figures; Jonathan Stoner notes the border-less love of Lion; and Joel Mayward mourns alongside the deep sadness of Manchester by the Sea. It also has reflections on La La Land, Moonlight and Hacksaw Ridge.

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Adrian Drayton

Adrian Drayton is the Director of Reel Dialogue. A film critic and commentator on culture for 20 years, he believes in the power of cinema and the power of God to start conversations about faith and culture. He is also a massive Star Wars nerd.