FULLER magazine Issue 25: Family Experience all that FULLER magazine’s “Family” issue has to offer in a fully digital viewing format. Access a PDF of FULLER magazine 25. Capturing Light After her son’s battle with pediatric brain cancer, Kristin Young (MDiv student) returns to seminary with a hunger to know God… Read more »
FULLER magazine Issue 20: In Between A Little Shop in the Mountains When Michelle Hake moved from Los Angeles to the San Bernardino Mountains, she opened a “modern general store” and found her place in a unique community + Read One Hand on the Wheel, the Other on the Till… Read more »
FULLER magazine Issue 18: Politics A Legacy of Resilience Integrating his multifaceted background and various identities, Cedric Williams finds a throughline of strength in the face of challenges + Read Do Not Try to Save the Whole World Mikey Master journeys from the cacao fields of Bali to a chocolate… Read more »
It is our contention that we see a movie best when we look not only at its aesthetic and cultural achievements, but at its spiritual or theological import as well. This is the guiding conviction of our work. We believe that one might meet God at the movies, that the… Read more »
This isn’t a desperate film. It is comfortable resolving story threads in ways they would resolve in real life. Just when you think the movie is going to take a wrong step and veer into a most banal territory, The Hero shifts back into the wisdom that makes it an exceptional film.
Kutter Callaway is associate professor of theology and culture and co-director of Reel Spirituality. He is actively engaged in writing and speaking on the interaction between theology and culture—particularly film, television, and online media—in both academic and popular forums. Dr. Callaway’s most recent books are The Aesthetics of Atheism: Theology… Read more »