Greg Wright at Past the Popcorn is considering the everlasting questions about movies and morality. In this new article on the subject, it looks like he’s been reading Through a Screen Darkly and the new edition of Robert K. Johnston’s Reel Spirituality.

Wright writes:

Discernment is obviously required, as is spiritual maturity. And when it comes to our children, parental guidance is always a necessity, whether it’s the bad theology of The Sound of Music, or the violent reality of The Passion. And guiding our children through the book of Judges—or the moral minefield that is the real world—is likely to be just as tough.

That’s no reason to shirk the task, though.

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