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Cinéma Divinité: Religion, Theology And The Bible In Film Paperback – May 31, 2005


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"The chapter which deals with the way in which different directors have coped with the problem of anti-Semitism in the New Testament has particular relevance for today's interfaith dialogue." Rev David Bridge, supernumerary minister in the Portsmouth circuit, Methodist Recorder's television and radio reviewer. Methodist Recorder, September 14, 2006.

"This book is a very good introduction to the way art and Christian enquiry can be positively related in film. It has to be on the reading list of all who are interested in films and in theology and in the possible relations between them." Keith Ward, Professor of Divinity at Gresham College, London, Fellow of the British Academy. Art and christianity, January 2007.

About the Author

Eric S. Christianson is Senior Lecturer in Biblical Studies at the University of Chester. He is author of "A Time to Tell: Narrative Strategies in Ecclesiastes" (1988) and co-editor of "Cinema Divinite: Religion, Theology and the Bible in Film" (2005). He is co-founder of the Centre for the Study of Religion and Popular Culture at the University of Chester and maintains the website for the Blackwell Bible Commentary Series (http: //bbibcomm.net).

Peter has worked at Northumbria University since 1994 and before that at the Universities of Leicester and Hull. He gained his undergraduate degree from Northumbria University and studied at postgraduate level at Hull University. Between 2002 and 2008 he was a Senior Advisor to the Home Office and has been a council member and trustee of the independent charity the Centre for Crime and Justice Studies, Kings College, London since 1996.
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