I’ve been all over the Web! Keep up with me and track any posts you missed here.
First, I posted on here about the documentary, Elstree 1976.
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Elstree 1976 is an interesting documentary focusing on some of the side characters from A New Hope. The film interviews David Prowse (Darth Vader), Pam Rose (Leesub Sirun), Derek Lyons (Temple Guard), Angus MacInnes (Gold Leader), Garrick Hagon (Biggs Darklighter), Laurie Goode (Stormtrooper), Anthony Forest (Fixer, Stormtrooper), John Chapman (X-Wing Pilot), Jeremy Bulloch (Boba Fett, and others), and Paul Blake (Greedo). The film asks these extras and background actors what it was like to work on the set of Star Wars, how they came to be a part of the film, and what they’ve been doing ever since.
I was also at Theologues:
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Some people may wonder whether or not there’s a purpose to studying eschatology. Some may think that the study is a foolish endeavor that comes with a mild thrill from decoding symbols and numbers, or that they will get lost in a jumble of technical terms, leaving them to wonder if there’s anything to actually look forward to (you mean all of Revelation already happened?). Others, enamored with theLeft Behind series, have sometimes gone off-track and retreated from the world. However, this is not what God imagined when God gave us insight into His eschatological vision for the world. If God, in Christ, is actively reconciling the world to Himself,1 and in that reconciliation He is freeing creation from its bondage instituted by Adam,2 we must, in virtue of our participation in Him, let our eschatology affect the way we live.