Tag Archive: freedom

Wild One

“Wild One, I hear you growling in the night…”

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Cutting My Hair

“My head and heart feel light and new, relieved of a burden unnoticed until its absence…”

So Let It Be Written: A Movie Review of “The Ten Commandments”

For the 60th anniversary of its release being celebrated this year, read this movie review of Cecil B. DeMille’s epic sword-and-sandle extravaganza, “The Ten Commandments”.

Rapture: Bioshock, Andrew Ryan, and Christian Society

Read this insightful review of the video game “Bioshock” and how it relates to lesson we should learn about the nature of Christian Society.

Throwing Away the Ladder: Seeking God Beyond Logic

        There’s an important little passage in Dostoevsky’s The Brothers Karamazov which has in it the seed of an important argument. The great thing about this book, however, is that it… Continue reading

Freedom: A Catholic Analysis of the Trials and Triumphs of William Wallace in “Braveheart”

Discover how the film “Braveheart” exemplifies the Catholic theological meaning of freedom.