Dom Cobb explains that “an idea is like a virus. Resilient. Highly contagious. And even the smallest seed of an idea can grow. It can grow to define or destroy you.” So opens Christopher Nolan’s 2010 tour de force Inception. Those who know me well know that Inception is and remains my favorite film of all time.
A sermon from Daniel 4:1-37.
A sermon from Luke 18:9-14.
Hello and welcome to another edition of “Links I Like,” a weekly roundup of stories that have impacted me in the last few days. Today we have some great pieces by some dear friends, as well as a new singer/songwriter I just stumbled across. Read, listen, and enjoy!
Another week has come and gone, but not first without reading through some amazing pieces published over the last few days. There’s some great, great stuff this week!
Hello and welcome to another edition of “Links I Like,” a weekly collection of the stories and sites that have encouraged and enlightened me throughout the past week. I hope you’ll find them just as encouraging and enlightening.
As with most stories, we are continually pursuant of the happy ending. We long for idealized conclusions to our favorite tales and wish there’d be a similar euphoric ending in our own life. This is why the standard fairy tale coda remains “happily ever after.” We want that. We want all the wrongs to be made right. We crave for the day when our fractured lives will be remade.
This world makes much of “love.” It’s the centerpiece of countless movies, books, paintings, and songs. Love is everywhere. We’re so inundated and bombarded with the notion of love — of falling in love and being in love — that it seems impossible for us to escape the idea that love is all you need. But is that true?
On how and why Rogue One is the best Star Wars film ever.
What’s interesting to note about centuries-old preachers and theologians is their absolute devotion to Christ.