It is probably not surprising that a biblical worldview will first and foremost start with a biblical view of God. The Bible itself begins with this concept. Everyone has some concept of God (or ultimate reality), and that concept ultimately determines much else about their worldview. Consequently, your concept of God determines your view of […]
God Almighty owns everything. This is the biblical view: “The earth is the Lord’s, and all it contains, the world, and those who dwell in it” (Ps. 24:1); God says, “[E]very beast of the forest is Mine, the cattle on a thousand hills. I know every bird of the mountains, and everything that moves in […]
I am a layman. I am not a theologian, a doctor, a professor, a scientist or a physicist. I am what you would call, uneducated. At least uneducated in the sense that I do not, nor will I ever have, an M.Div., a PhD., or any other abbreviation that I can attach to my name. […]
Once upon a visit to Disney World and Epcot Center in Orlando, my best friend and I tried to concoct a photograph of him standing with arms upheld and the great Epcot “Spaceship Earth” (the big silver ball) in the background in such a way as it appeared that he was carrying the massive ball by his own strength. We never quite got the angle right, but the idea entertained us enough to try several times.
‘Seven Days in Utopia’ is played to be a golfer’s journey into the heart and soul of the game. Golfing can be fun (so they say) and this film wants to show us how it reflects the game of life. Utopia is not an imaginary place, but a part of our world that few people — let alone sports enthusiasts — ever get to experience. Robert Duvall plays an astute retired golfer that can teach the young and misled golfer wannabe a thing or two about life. So does this work? Or are we left wishing we had instead gone to see ‘The Lion King’ in 3D? Find out now on Movieology!