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Worldviews in Film and Literature
Worldviews in Film and Literature
Worldviews in Film and Literature
Worldviews in Film and Literature
Worldviews in Film and Literature
Worldviews in Film and Literature
Worldviews in Film and Literature
Worldviews in Film and Literature
Worldviews in Film and Literature
Worldviews in Film and Literature
Worldviews in Film and Literature
Worldviews in Film and Literature
Worldviews in Film and Literature
Worldviews in Film and Literature
Worldviews in Film and Literature
Worldviews in Film and Literature
Worldviews in Film and Literature
Worldviews in Film and Literature
Worldviews in Film and Literature
Worldviews in Film and Literature
Worldviews in Film and Literature
Worldviews in Film and Literature
Worldviews in Film and Literature
Worldviews in Film and Literature
Worldviews in Film and Literature
Worldviews in Film and Literature
Worldviews in Film and Literature
Worldviews in Film and Literature
Worldviews in Film and Literature
Worldviews in Film and Literature
Worldviews in Film and Literature
Worldviews in Film and Literature
Worldviews in Film and Literature
Worldviews in Film and Literature
Worldviews in Film and Literature
Worldviews in Film and Literature
Worldviews in Film and Literature
Worldviews in Film and Literature
Worldviews in Film and Literature
Worldviews in Film and Literature
Worldviews in Film and Literature
Worldviews in Film and Literature
Worldviews in Film and Literature
Worldviews in Film and Literature
Worldviews in Film and Literature
Worldviews in Film and Literature
Worldviews in Film and Literature
Worldviews in Film and Literature
Worldviews in Film and Literature
Worldviews in Film and Literature
Worldviews in Film and Literature
Worldviews in Film and Literature
Worldviews in Film and Literature
Worldviews in Film and Literature
Worldviews in Film and Literature
Worldviews in Film and Literature
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  • Worldviews in Film and Literature\nLeveraging the Power of Story\n\nA story well told can point beyond itself to the greatest story ever told. Stories in film and literature can move past the gatekeepers of non-theistic skepticism and speak directly to the heart and the will. Story can activate our moral imaginations, address essential human desires, and re-enchant the ordinary world.  This workshop will present methods of moving from beauty to goodness to truth in film and literature.\n
  • 1. Broadens our perspective and enlarges our sense of what is possible \n2. Can reenchant the ordinary world\n3. Can activate our moral imaginations \n\nC.S. Lewis as Philosopher, pp. 245-260\n\nImage: http://www.michigan.gov/images/filmoffice/mfo_237044_7.jpg\n
  • 1. Broadens our perspective and enlarges our sense of what is possible \n2. Can reenchant the ordinary world\n3. Can activate our moral imaginations \n\nC.S. Lewis as Philosopher, pp. 245-260\n\nImage: http://www.michigan.gov/images/filmoffice/mfo_237044_7.jpg\n
  • 1. Broadens our perspective and enlarges our sense of what is possible \n2. Can reenchant the ordinary world\n3. Can activate our moral imaginations \n\nC.S. Lewis as Philosopher, pp. 245-260\n\nImage: http://www.michigan.gov/images/filmoffice/mfo_237044_7.jpg\n
  • 1. Broadens our perspective and enlarges our sense of what is possible \n2. Can reenchant the ordinary world\n3. Can activate our moral imaginations \n\nC.S. Lewis as Philosopher, pp. 245-260\n\nImage: http://www.michigan.gov/images/filmoffice/mfo_237044_7.jpg\n
  • 4. Can baptize our imaginations\n5. Satisfies primordial human desires\n6. Offers healthy forms of escape \n\nC.S. Lewis as Philosopher, pp. 245-260\n\nImage: http://www.michigan.gov/images/filmoffice/mfo_237044_7.jpg\n
  • 4. Can baptize our imaginations\n5. Satisfies primordial human desires\n6. Offers healthy forms of escape \n\nC.S. Lewis as Philosopher, pp. 245-260\n\nImage: http://www.michigan.gov/images/filmoffice/mfo_237044_7.jpg\n
  • 4. Can baptize our imaginations\n5. Satisfies primordial human desires\n6. Offers healthy forms of escape \n\nC.S. Lewis as Philosopher, pp. 245-260\n\nImage: http://www.michigan.gov/images/filmoffice/mfo_237044_7.jpg\n
  • 4. Can baptize our imaginations\n5. Satisfies primordial human desires\n6. Offers healthy forms of escape \n\nC.S. Lewis as Philosopher, pp. 245-260\n\nImage: http://www.michigan.gov/images/filmoffice/mfo_237044_7.jpg\n
  • Trust that the Spirit will guide us from art (beauty) to ethics (goodness) to theology (truth). p. 31 Into the Dark\n
  • Trust that the Spirit will guide us from art (beauty) to ethics (goodness) to theology (truth). p. 31 Into the Dark\n
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    • 1. WORLDVIEWS INFILM AND LITERATURELeveraging the Power of StoryDr. Ken Boa and Bill Ibsen
    • 2. WORLDVIEWS INFILM AND LITERATURELeveraging the Power of StoryDr. Ken Boa and Bill Ibsen
    • 3. THE POWER OF STORY
    • 4. THE POWER OF STORY1. Broadens our perspective and enlarges our sense of what is possible
    • 5. THE POWER OF STORY1. Broadens our perspective and enlarges our sense of what is possible2. Can re-enchant the ordinary world
    • 6. THE POWER OF STORY1. Broadens our perspective and enlarges our sense of what is possible2. Can re-enchant the ordinary world3. Can activate our moral imaginations
    • 7. THE POWER OF STORY1. Broadens our perspective and enlarges our sense of what is possible2. Can re-enchant the ordinary world3. Can activate our moral imaginations • Takes us to worlds we do not know
    • 8. THE POWER OF STORY
    • 9. THE POWER OF STORY4. Can baptize our imaginations
    • 10. THE POWER OF STORY4. Can baptize our imaginations5. Satisfies primordial human desires
    • 11. THE POWER OF STORY4. Can baptize our imaginations5. Satisfies primordial human desires6. Offers healthy forms of escape
    • 12. THE POWER OF STORY4. Can baptize our imaginations5. Satisfies primordial human desires6. Offers healthy forms of escape7. Script/Screenplay is the most important element of every film, and it almost always consists of a story
    • 13. THEOLOGICAL & CULTURAL GATEWAYS
    • 14. THEOLOGICAL & CULTURAL GATEWAYS Truth Goodness Beauty
    • 15. THEOLOGICAL & CULTURAL GATEWAYS Truth Truth Goodness Goodness Beauty Beauty
    • 16. “What does this literature or film say about”:Worldview God Man Origin Purpose Destiny Relationships Unbounded God is Basically Personal Theism personal Evil Creator (other- relational centered) life The gods Impersonal Absorption Basically Self- Monism are spirits Good agency actualization (spiritual or forces (energy) annihilation) God Impersonal plus Basically Survival, PhysicalNaturalism doesn’t Neutral time plus autonomy annihilation exist chance
    • 17. “What does this literature or film say about”:Worldview God Man Origin Purpose Destiny Relationships Unbounded God is Basically Personal Theism personal Evil Creator (other- relational centered) life The gods Impersonal Absorption Basically Self- Monism are spirits Good agency actualization (spiritual or forces (energy) annihilation) God Impersonal plus Basically Survival, PhysicalNaturalism doesn’t Neutral time plus autonomy annihilation exist chance
    • 18. “What does this literature or film say about”:Worldview God Man Origin Purpose Destiny Relationships Unbounded God is Basically Personal Theism personal Evil Creator (other- relational centered) life The gods Impersonal Absorption Basically Self- Monism are spirits Good agency actualization (spiritual or forces (energy) annihilation) God Impersonal plus Basically Survival, PhysicalNaturalism doesn’t Neutral time plus autonomy annihilation exist chance
    • 19. “What does this literature or film say about”:Worldview God Man Origin Purpose Destiny Relationships Unbounded God is Basically Personal Theism personal Evil Creator (other- relational centered) life The gods Impersonal Absorption Basically Self- Monism are spirits Good agency actualization (spiritual or forces (energy) annihilation) God Impersonal plus Basically Survival, PhysicalNaturalism doesn’t Neutral time plus autonomy annihilation exist chance
    • 20. “What does this literature or film say about”:Worldview God Man Origin Purpose Destiny Relationships Unbounded God is Basically Personal Theism personal Evil Creator (other- relational centered) life The gods Impersonal Absorption Basically Self- Monism are spirits Good agency actualization (spiritual or forces (energy) annihilation) God Impersonal plus Basically Survival, PhysicalNaturalism doesn’t Neutral time plus autonomy annihilation exist chance
    • 21. “What does this literature or film say about”:Worldview God Man Origin Purpose Destiny Relationships Unbounded God is Basically Personal Theism personal Evil Creator (other- relational centered) life The gods Impersonal Absorption Basically Self- Monism are spirits Good agency actualization (spiritual or forces (energy) annihilation) God Impersonal plus Basically Survival, PhysicalNaturalism doesn’t Neutral time plus autonomy annihilation exist chance
    • 22. “What does this literature or film say about”:Worldview God Man Origin Purpose Destiny Relationships Unbounded God is Basically Personal Theism personal Evil Creator (other- relational centered) life The gods Impersonal Absorption Basically Self- Monism are spirits Good agency actualization (spiritual or forces (energy) annihilation) God Impersonal plus Basically Survival, PhysicalNaturalism doesn’t Neutral time plus autonomy annihilation exist chance
    • 23. “What does this literature or film say about”:Worldview God Man Origin Purpose Destiny Relationships Unbounded God is Basically Personal Theism personal Evil Creator (other- relational centered) life The gods Impersonal Absorption Basically Self- Monism are spirits Good agency actualization (spiritual or forces (energy) annihilation) God Impersonal plus Basically Survival, PhysicalNaturalism doesn’t Neutral time plus autonomy annihilation exist chance
    • 24. “What does this literature or film say about”:Worldview God Man Origin Purpose Destiny Relationships Unbounded God is Basically Personal Theism personal Evil Creator (other- relational centered) life The gods Impersonal Absorption Basically Self- Monism are spirits Good agency actualization (spiritual or forces (energy) annihilation) God Impersonal plus Basically Survival, PhysicalNaturalism doesn’t Neutral time plus autonomy annihilation exist chance
    • 25. “What does this literature or film say about”:Worldview God Man Origin Purpose Destiny Relationships Unbounded God is Basically Personal Theism personal Evil Creator (other- relational centered) life The gods Impersonal Absorption Basically Self- Monism are spirits Good agency actualization (spiritual or forces (energy) annihilation) God Impersonal plus Basically Survival, PhysicalNaturalism doesn’t Neutral time plus autonomy annihilation exist chance
    • 26. “What does this literature or film say about”:Worldview God Man Origin Purpose Destiny Relationships Unbounded God is Basically Personal Theism personal Evil Creator (other- relational centered) life The gods Impersonal Absorption Basically Self- Monism are spirits Good agency actualization (spiritual or forces (energy) annihilation) God Impersonal plus Basically Survival, PhysicalNaturalism doesn’t Neutral time plus autonomy annihilation exist chance
    • 27. “What does this literature or film say about”:Worldview God Man Origin Purpose Destiny Relationships Unbounded God is Basically Personal Theism personal Evil Creator (other- relational centered) life The gods Impersonal Absorption Basically Self- Monism are spirits Good agency actualization (spiritual or forces (energy) annihilation) God Impersonal plus Basically Survival, PhysicalNaturalism doesn’t Neutral time plus autonomy annihilation exist chance
    • 28. “What does this literature or film say about”:Worldview God Man Origin Purpose Destiny Relationships Unbounded God is Basically Personal Theism personal Evil Creator (other- relational centered) life The gods Impersonal Absorption Basically Self- Monism are spirits Good agency actualization (spiritual or forces (energy) annihilation) God Impersonal plus Basically Survival, PhysicalNaturalism doesn’t Neutral time plus autonomy annihilation exist chance
    • 29. “What does this literature or film say about”:Worldview God Man Origin Purpose Destiny Relationships Unbounded God is Basically Personal Theism personal Evil Creator (other- relational centered) life The gods Impersonal Absorption Basically Self- Monism are spirits Good agency actualization (spiritual or forces (energy) annihilation) God Impersonal plus Basically Survival, PhysicalNaturalism doesn’t Neutral time plus autonomy annihilation exist chance
    • 30. “What does this literature or film say about”:Worldview God Man Origin Purpose Destiny Relationships Unbounded God is Basically Personal Theism personal Evil Creator (other- relational centered) life The gods Impersonal Absorption Basically Self- Monism are spirits Good agency actualization (spiritual or forces (energy) annihilation) God Impersonal plus Basically Survival, PhysicalNaturalism doesn’t Neutral time plus autonomy annihilation exist chance
    • 31. “What does this literature or film say about”:Worldview God Man Origin Purpose Destiny Relationships Unbounded God is Basically Personal Theism personal Evil Creator (other- relational centered) life The gods Impersonal Absorption Basically Self- Monism are spirits Good agency actualization (spiritual or forces (energy) annihilation) God Impersonal plus Basically Survival, PhysicalNaturalism doesn’t Neutral time plus autonomy annihilation exist chance
    • 32. “What does this literature or film say about”:Worldview God Man Origin Purpose Destiny Relationships Unbounded God is Basically Personal Theism personal Evil Creator (other- relational centered) life The gods Impersonal Absorption Basically Self- Monism are spirits Good agency actualization (spiritual or forces (energy) annihilation) God Impersonal plus Basically Survival, PhysicalNaturalism doesn’t Neutral time plus autonomy annihilation exist chance
    • 33. “What does this literature or film say about”:Worldview God Man Origin Purpose Destiny Relationships Unbounded God is Basically Personal Theism personal Evil Creator (other- relational centered) life The gods Impersonal Absorption Basically Self- Monism are spirits Good agency actualization (spiritual or forces (energy) annihilation) God Impersonal plus Basically Survival, PhysicalNaturalism doesn’t Neutral time plus autonomy annihilation exist chance
    • 34. INSIGHTS ABOUT LIFE
    • 35. INSIGHTS ABOUT LIFE• What is the main problem that the author/screenwriter tries to solve?
    • 36. INSIGHTS ABOUT LIFE• What is the main problem that the author/screenwriter tries to solve?• What are the moral lessons it teaches?
    • 37. INSIGHTS ABOUT LIFE• What is the main problem that the author/screenwriter tries to solve?• What are the moral lessons it teaches?• What qualities of a hero does it describe?
    • 38. INSIGHTS ABOUT LIFE• What is the main problem that the author/screenwriter tries to solve?• What are the moral lessons it teaches?• What qualities of a hero does it describe?• Whatis the central struggle between good and evil?
    • 39. INSIGHTS ABOUT MYSELF
    • 40. INSIGHTS ABOUT MYSELF• What is beautiful or wonderful about this book or film to me?
    • 41. INSIGHTS ABOUT MYSELF• What is beautiful or wonderful about this book or film to me? • How does it stimulate my imagination?
    • 42. INSIGHTS ABOUT MYSELF• What is beautiful or wonderful about this book or film to me? • How does it stimulate my imagination? • What does it make me long for, or desire?
    • 43. INSIGHTS ABOUT MYSELF• What is beautiful or wonderful about this book or film to me? • How does it stimulate my imagination? • What does it make me long for, or desire?• With which character do I most identify, and why?
    • 44. INSIGHTS ABOUT MYSELF• What is beautiful or wonderful about this book or film to me? • How does it stimulate my imagination? • What does it make me long for, or desire?• With which character do I most identify, and why?• Why or why not would I recommend it to my friends?
    • 45. RESOURCES
    • 46. RESOURCES• www.yahoomovies.com
    • 47. RESOURCES• www.yahoomovies.com• www.breakpoint.org
    • 48. RESOURCES• www.yahoomovies.com• www.breakpoint.org• www.imdb.com
    • 49. RESOURCES• www.yahoomovies.com• www.breakpoint.org• www.imdb.com• Story, Robert McKee
    • 50. RESOURCES• www.yahoomovies.com• www.breakpoint.org• www.imdb.com• Story, Robert McKee• Reel Spirituality, Robert Johnston
    • 51. RESOURCES• www.yahoomovies.com• www.breakpoint.org• www.imdb.com• Story, Robert McKee• Reel Spirituality, Robert Johnston• Safe Movies/Cautious Movies List
    • 52. THEEND
    • 53. THEEND
    • 54. REFLECTIONS MINISTRIES RESOURCES
    • 55. REFLECTIONS MINISTRIES RESOURCES Reflections - A free monthly teaching letter
    • 56. REFLECTIONS MINISTRIES RESOURCES Reflections - A free monthly teaching letter
    • 57. REFLECTIONS MINISTRIES RESOURCES Reflections - A free monthly teaching letter
    • 58. REFLECTIONS MINISTRIES RESOURCES Reflections - A free monthly teaching letter KenBoa.org website - Daily Growth email and free text and audio resources
    • 59. DVD SERIES
    • 60. DVD SERIES- Audio/visual presentations of crucial topics
    • 61. DVD SERIES- Audio/visual presentations of crucial topics- $20 each
    • 62. DVD SERIES- Audio/visual presentations of crucial topics- $20 each- Call 800-DRAW NEAR (800-372-9632)
    • 63. KENBOA.ORG KenBoa.org ken_boa Kenneth Boa

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