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The Thin Place

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Join Ken and Todd every two weeks as they explore films that are about or advance our understanding of issues of faith and spirituality. Some films may do so overtly, through a direct examination of these themes as subjects; others may be more subtle or even opaque in the way they prompt us to think on such things. Still other films may serve primarily as a catalyst for dialogue or discussion. Insights can be gleaned from a part of a larger whole, a scene, a shot, a moment. As the title suggests, such moments can be elusive, fragile, or obscured. George MacDonald wrote about the thinness of the veil that separates the natural from the transcendent. How does art pierce that veil? When does film contain traces of the divine? Tune in to find out.

Customer Reviews


Great show! The episodes on Harry Potter and Hugo in particular really gave me a lot to think about.