The small screen is increasingly cinematic, and more people view televison shows each week than view films. TV shows are also incredibly diverse and warrent a diversity of methods of interaction. We are here exploring the theological invitations presented by the most prevalent cinematic story-telling method of our time. Tune in.
Series in Focus
By Kutter Callaway
on March 20, 2015
Kutter Callaway and Dean Batali sat down for a series of conversations related...
Laugh at and learn from Arrested Development's crazy characters.
Might these planet-less wanderers inform our Christian wandering?
Dexter's struggle with transcendence, free will, and God poses crucial questions.
Each denizen of Downton Abbey has something valuable to offer.
Can a show built on rednecksploitation be redemptive?
Might we deduce anything worthwhile from Elementary's simple Sherlock reshaping?
House of Cards
Senator Underwood tries to topple Washington D.C. in this Netflix Original series.
Maybe we're more like the Mad Men than we'd like to admit.
Is there anything sacred on Nothing Sacred?
Once Upon A Time
Can love prevail over power, or is love a power more powerful than all?
Orange is the New Black
Prison power systems say a lot about how power works in the non-incarcerated world.
Supplementary material related to Dean Batali and Kutter Callaway's upcoming book, Televisionaries.
The Twilight Zone
Travel with Rod Serling into a realm of strange morality.
What might The Wire teach us about seeking the peace and prosperity of our cities?