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“Are we alone in the universe?” is always a question about God’s existence. The film Interstellar shows this clearly.
On Masters of Sex, the wired-up naked bodies are not nearly as titillating as the melodramas that unfold when the characters are fully clothed.
Gillian Flynn has been accused of hating women. I disagree: Flynn pushes the truth of what can happen to women in a world that diminishes them.
Christopher Foyle has a deep sense of right and wrong. Foyle's War offers both moral clarity and moral complexity.
On the second anniversary of our media column, we asked several of our writers to reflect on their favorite theological films.
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