Shivraj Mahendra, Editor in History at AATF, is serving as Graduate Student Representative at the Conference on Faith and History (http://www.faithandhistory.org/about-cfh/history/ see also, https://www.facebook.com/groups/faith.history/ ). Please contact him at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information on membership and benefits.
Month: June 2017
c-2. Application of the cinematic narrative flow for the sermon structure The preacher now has come up with a basic cinematic sermon idea, theme, or flow from the first stage of the cinematic socio-spiritual hermeneutic. At this second stage, the… Read More ›
V. Scene #4: Introduction to a Cinemate Homiletic Now, what exactly is a cinemate homiletic? What kind of preaching is that? How are we going to approach film in creating a cinemate homiletic and how are we going to… Read More ›
I didn’t want you to enjoy the film. I wanted you to look very closely at your own soul Sam Peckinpah (Director) I. Hook The cinema or pop film has now become “the cathedral of the [twenty-first] century.” Among its… Read More ›
Simon Chan, professor of systematic theology at Trinity College in Singapore, challenges the way in which Asian theology has been understood and reified by Western theologians. Chan poses the question of why Asian theology largely consists of elitist theological accounts… Read More ›
In response to the contemporary challenge of multiculturality and the problem of what Martin Luther King Jr. once called “Sunday 11:00 am the most segregated hour in the US,” Grace Ji-Sun Kim and Jann Aldedge-Clanton wrote a timely needed book,… Read More ›
Introduction The question was asked of a Brahman who believes in God as the Creator by Buddha: “if God is good and omnipotent, why do humans become murderers, thieves, and liars?”This question is more understandable when a noted Japanese Buddhist… Read More ›