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Christianity is True

by William
These are films that in some way express fundamental truths of Christian theology to me. Stan Brakhage’s “The Loom” (1986), “Jesus Trilogy and Coda” (2001), “Panels for the Walls of Heaven” (2002), Irvin S. Yeaworth Jr.‘s “The Gospel Blimp” (1967), Way Out (1967), Rolf Forsberg’s “Stalked” (1968), “Ark” (1970), Leo McCarey’s “You Can Change the World” (1950), Owen Land’s “Thank You Jesus for the Eternal Present” (1973), “No Sir, Orison!” (1975), Spencer Williams’ “Go Down, Death!” (1944), Stuart Heisler’s “Journey Into Light” (1951), Clarence Brown’s “The Light in the Dark” (1922), Raoul Walsh’s “The Wanderer” (1925), and Dick Ross’s “Man in… Read more

These are films that in some way express fundamental truths of Christian theology to me.

Stan Brakhage’s “The Loom” (1986), “Jesus Trilogy and Coda” (2001), “Panels for the Walls of Heaven” (2002), Irvin S. Yeaworth Jr.‘s “The Gospel Blimp” (1967), Way Out (1967), Rolf Forsberg’s “Stalked” (1968), “Ark” (1970), Leo McCarey’s “You Can Change the World” (1950), Owen Land’s “Thank You Jesus for the Eternal Present” (1973), “No Sir, Orison!” (1975), Spencer Williams’ “Go Down, Death!” (1944), Stuart Heisler’s “Journey Into Light” (1951), Clarence Brown’s “The Light in the Dark” (1922), Raoul Walsh’s “The Wanderer” (1925), and Dick Ross’s “Man in the 5th Dimension” (1964) are not currently on Mubi.

*It’s also worth noting that Carl Th. Dreyer’s magnum opus, “Jesus”, to be filmed in color (!), was being readied at his death. Robert Bresson died while preparing his long-gestating “Genesis” film detailing Creation to the Tower of Babel.

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