Spring L.I.F.E. Series: Christ & (Film) Culture Class One - Game of Thrones and the Fantasy Genre

The final class in the “Christ & (Film) Culture” class examines the phenomenon of “Game of Thrones” and our culture’s fascination with fantasy shows and movies. Many aspects of this genre may be appealing to Christians, but how far is too far regarding our immersion and enjoyment of a world that simply does not exist? What about “Lord of the Rings” and “Narnia” series, written by two prominent believers in Christ, C.S. Lewis and Tolkien?

Spring L.I.F.E. Series: Christ & (Film) Culture Class One - The Super Bowl and Sports

This first class of the series explores the phenomenon of football in America. Why is it so popular in our national culture? What are it’s roots and how has it impacted us, positively or negatively? Why has the Super Bowl and advertising become such a big deal, and how can it be contradictory, in some ways, to our Christian walk? As we continue through the series, we will be exploring what scripture tells us about our relationship to secular culture.