Category Archives: Intentional Viewing

Why This Christian Film Prof Loves RuPaul’s Drag Race

So, in response, I have to be honest. Much as I find fault with most reality television shows, and much as I do have some reservations (frankly, I do about everything on television), they are outweighed by the factors I mention. I have been a tried and true fan of Drag Race for years. I’ve been watching it for a long, long time. But I have refrained from talking about it openly. I have, well, kelp my love for RuPaul in the closet. Continue reading

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Finding Dory’s (and other story’s) Lessons

Here’s a question: If it is vital for parents to understand not just the content of films aimed at children, but the “lessons” those films teach, why aren’t more people paying attention to the “lessons” that all films teach? I … Continue reading

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